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Bluecadet is looking for ‘intellectually curious’ folks to help rebuild WHYY’s website

The Fishtown-based design shop is looking for a diverse focus group to inform its online redesign of Philly's PBS and NPR station.

WHYY master control. (Photo by Flickr user Mary Beth Hertz, used under a Creative Commons license)

Fishtown design shop Bluecadet is taking on a project that requires the opinions of “intellectually curious” folks. So, naturally, they reached out to see if our readership wanted to help guide their decisions.

The firm is currently working on the redesign of WHYY’s website and it’s hoping to wrangle together a diverse group of people between 18 and 40 years old who are “interested in current events and culture” to offer their insight.

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The focus group will be held at WHYY’s headquarters on Independence Mall on Feb. 28, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

“Participants will get a $50 Amazon gift card and the warm feeling that they participated in helping an important source for local and national media continue to do great work,” said Bluecadet spokesperson Brittany Cozzens.


Companies: WHYY

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