What clients say about working with AWP
All of my colleagues are envious of my attractive new research group website, and more than one of them have contracted Academic Web Pages to create websites for their own research groups. I urge all pre-tenure faculty to do this as early in their independent careers as possible – the payoff is tremendous, and it is worth every penny! (Read the full review.)
Academic Web Pages was a pleasure to work with. They guided us through the process to achieve what we were looking for. They were patient, extremely knowledgeable, and highly invested in our ultimate satisfaction with the site. I would work with them again for sure in the future.
When I started with AWP, I had a clear idea of how I wanted my website to feel. But it was hard for me to put it into words, and harder still to express it in the language of website terminology. As the collaboration with AWP developed, they helped me make my vision more concrete, teaching me along the way what would and wouldn’t work given the practicalities of website design. This ranged from the use of visual imagery to the seamless integration of LaTeX in my blog. I made it clear from the outset that I wanted an ongoing dialogue during the process of design, and that’s exactly what AWP gave me. I am sure that it would have been much easier both for me and for AWP if I had just let them do everything, but this way I got the website of my dreams.
When I first started thinking about applying for an NSF grant to create the Insect Genetic Technologies Research Coordination Network, I knew that the website would be an important element of the network, but soon after beginning work with the folks at Academic Web Pages, I came to realize that the website was in fact the key component to the success of the network.
A newcomer to social networking, AWP introduced me to the practice of curating and sharing content. Now with over 700 participants, the response to the site has been great. I am very excited about the network’s role in advancing technologies for genetic modification of insects. I am grateful to Academic Web Pages for their tremendous effort in making the website and the network a success.
Choosing AWP to design and maintain my lab webpage ten years ago was one of the smartest decisions I took to promote and disseminate our research. Over the years, I have interacted with different members of the AWP team and always experienced excellent service, professional behavior, and the best solution for our needs. Friends and colleagues who have followed my steps are still grateful to me for suggesting such a creative, friendly, and efficient group!