WPWeekly Episode 280 – Behind the Scenes of Tuniversity

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Kiko Doran and Travis Totz, Senior Web Strategist at Modern Tribe. Doran helped create Tuniversity, a revolutionary new way of learning music through a highly interactive iBook.

The project was so large, Doran outsourced some of the work to Modern Tribe, a web design and development firm. During the show, we learn the benefits of working with an agency you trust. Doran also explained what it was like to be a client as he’s normally fulfilling the agency role.

Two major takeaways from the Tuniversity project include:

  1. Work on things you’re passionate about with people who share the same passion.
  2. Approach problems with a positive mindset.

Near the end of the show, we discussed the news that WangGuard is officially closed.

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