WSJSociety.com/Project Team . . . Interested?
November 13, 2015
We’re forming a project team to take WSJSociety.com to the next level of service.
At this point, WSJSociety.com has been online for two years. Currently, 204 (38%) of the members have registered on the website. While news and resources are readily available without login, each month there are about 20 unique individual logins. Those members have been able to re-connect with friends to continue sharing experiences in career and retirement.
Some initial guessing and member interests have directed the development of WSJSociety.com so far. The online poll indicates that connection (48%), news (24%), and information on benefits and retirement planning (20%) are the primary member interests. Those results were supported by the responses to the Vision/Forward initiative.
So, how can we do better?
It’s time to go back to the lab. We’ve got a long history of doing just that!
The challenge is to improve WSJSociety.com for our members making connections, accessing news, and resources of value to them.
There will be a spectrum of tasks to get us there, some technical, others related to member needs. The ability to code is not required. There is no timeline here. We want this to be fun, interesting, and manageable for the team members. And, you don’t have to live in Milwaukee. We’ll try to do this all by collaboration over the web.
Are you interested? If you would like to join the team, contact Jude Anders (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Let’s have some fun in the lab!