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POSTED ON January 5, 2011

Marker Seven Hosts Drupal 7 Release Party

Marker Seven, an award-winning digital agency, will be host for a San Francisco Bay Area Drupal 7 release party on Friday, January 7th. Marker Seven joins with Open Source users and fans around the world to celebrate the latest version of Drupal, the powerful content management system (CMS). The party will be held at Marker Seven’s new headquarters at 300 Beale Street, San Francisco. It begins at 4:00 p.m.

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POSTED ON November 18, 2010

The Importance of Visual Feedback

There is no doubt that the web has evolved very quickly, and we as web professionals have the power to create sites and applications with increasingly more attractive and user-friendly designs. In this ever-evolving field, however, there are some relatively simple considerations that are often overlooked, and most of these considerations play an integral role in the success of interactive media in terms of user experience. One such consideration is planning, designing, and developing for visual feedback.

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POSTED ON November 4, 2010

Award Winning Digital Agency Moves to Accomodate New and Projected Growth

Marker Seven, an award-winning digital agency, announces it has moved its headquarters to the historic Coffin-Reddington Building on 300 Beale Street in San Francisco from its previous location on Sutter Street. The new office, which is twice the size of the agency’s previous headquarters, accommodates Marker’s Seven’s significant expansion over the past year and provides needed space to meet projected growth into the New Year.

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POSTED ON October 20, 2010

Marker Seven Honored with W3 Award for Real Estate Website

Marker Seven, an award-winning digital agency, announces it is the recipient of a 2010 W3 Silver Award for the redesign of SFOpenhomes.com, an online property listing and open homes Website of the San Francisco Association of REALTORS® (SFAR). The W³ Awards honors creative excellence on the Web. This year, over 3,000 worldwide entries competed for awards.

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