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PWW Joins AWS Public Sector Partner Program

Two important growth areas of our company recently converged as we were accepted in to the Amazon Web Services Public Sector Partner Program.... read more

  • 18 January 2017
  • Post by Tom Lovering

Introducing GovWebworks

We’ve been working with the public sector almost as long as we’ve been in business. From more than 8 years supporting the Maine Office of Tourism to the most recent project we’ve wrapped up with Washington Health Benefits Exchange, we’ve found our transparent approach resonates well with this audience, where public accountability is major concern.... read more

  • 26 October 2016
  • Post by Tom Lovering

Portland Webworks Drupal Team Adds Acquia Certification

Congratulations to Portland Webworks developer Joe Cardella, who just received his official Drupal Developer Certification from Acquia! Joe has been working with Portland Webworks since 2014. He has been applying his outstanding Drupal skills across numerous Portland Webworks projects over the course of the past few years.... read more

  • 20 July 2016
  • Post by Evan Rosenfield

PWW Selected for California Agile Development Vendor Pool

California Child Welfare Digital Services (a division of California Health and Human Services) recenetly conducted an innovative selection process to establish a pool of pre-qualified vendors who provide user-centered design and agile software development services, and Portland Webworks was among a select group of firms to make the cut. ... read more

  • 14 July 2016
  • Post by Tom Lovering

Double Honors at 2016 Summit Awards

Our outstanding work in the area of health and human services continues to garner recognition, as we picked up both a Silver and Bronze award in the Government Website category of this year's Summit Creative Awards.... read more

  • 13 July 2016
  • Post by Tom Lovering

Scalable Design: Using Agile as a Means for "Good Enough" Designs

UX design is still a relatively new field, but that doesn't mean that it hasn't already been broken down into a variety of philosophies and approaches. The process becomes even more nebulous when you start to talk about Agile.... read more

  • 12 July 2016
  • Post by Chris Prinn



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