Some very exciting things happening at Gulo right now. Also, some changes to this blog. Let’s just dive in.

First, we’re pleased to announce that we’re working with American Iron & Steel Institute on a shiny new ballotting system. It’s got comments and other fun stuff. It’s not completely Web or Association 2.0, but it’s going to be pretty nice.

Second, we’re very close to launching a new website for The Chicago Children’s Theatre. Powered by our association management software, the site is a big step for the theatre and will, without a doubt, put more people in seats and get more memberships. It’s also got a staff-only blog.

Lastly, there’s going to be some changes to our blog. It’s been an experiment so far (we even wrote the software that powers it) and while we’re happy with the type of stuff we’ve been discussing, we think we have more to say. So, we’ll be experimenting with feeds, adding categories/tags, posting more frequently, maybe even launching some new sites. Stay tuned.


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Fred Simmons

As a Partner and Director of User Experience at Gulo, Fred enjoys making websites UX patterns more natural and improving UX design. Outside of work, Fred enjoys golf, BBQ, craft beer, movies where the bad guy wins, comma-separated lists, and talking about himself in the third person.