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Exec-Ed Marketing

When the Wharton School engaged my team at ISITE Design the initial ask was to redesign and re-platform their existing website on the Sitecore content management system. However, because the incredibly talented marketing team at Wharton Executive Education was ready for real digital transformation, we were given the opportunity to precede design with a deep […]

Unlocking a Forum

Harvard University approached my team at ISITE Design with a number of really important goals for this project. These included providing a new platform for the delivery of a generation of rich video content of world leaders visiting the JFK Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics. The requirements for this complete rethink included a […]

About Wendys

Working with the team at ISITE Design, we redesigned and redeveloped the Wendys corporate website and then launched it at aboutwendys.com. This new site, which was timed to the spinoff of the Arbys chain, vastly expanded the role of the corporate website to include community relations, corporate responsibility, international franchising and investor relations. The project […]


Redesigned and redeveloped the GlobalPost.com international news website. Based in Boston, GlobalPost’s mission is to help fill the enormous void that has grown up in coverage of the world by US news organizations. GlobalPost is a fully online only news organization with foreign correspondents around the globe. For this project I specifically served as Strategist, […]


Full screen takeover and site theme for ViewpointCreative.com to commemorate their recent work on the launch of the second season of HBO’s Trueblood series.

Recent Work

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From the Blog

Posted by Jake DiMare on September 8th, 2017 at 3:45 pm

Hemingway’s cat guy to CNN’s Chris Cuomo: Clean the chicken soup out of your ears and listen to me you pantywaist reporter: WE ARE NOT LEAVING, COWARD NEWS NETWORK! The curator of Key West's Hemingway House NOT evacuating (and he promises all the home's cats will be OK, too) https://t.co/rq8y74WdQH — Meg Wagner (@megwagner) September […]

Yesterday, a New York Times Op-Ed highlighted a few points about the sometimes grim reality of street protests. The piece, entitled ‘Waiting for a Perfect Protest?‘ was written by a group of clergy men and women. In it they explain a popular myth that all of the civil rights protests were nonviolent. The truth is […]

Posted by Jake DiMare on August 29th, 2017 at 9:27 pm

A few weeks back America witnessed terrible anger and violence at a rally in Charlottesville, VA. The event was ostensibly organized in protest of the removal of civil war statue/support of free speech rights. Much has been written about this event, so I won’t go over every detail. Most know, after a few street skirmishes, […]

Posted by Jake DiMare on July 17th, 2016 at 4:54 pm

See I’m a simple type of guy…When I see lightning I wait to hear the thunder. Consequence. And I don’t act surprised when entire segments of the population, who believe they aren’t getting any justice from the acting authorities, start taking justice into their own hands…However messy, cowardly, and unjust their actions may be to […]

Posted by Jake DiMare on April 16th, 2016 at 4:29 pm

What a crazy start to the day. Around 6:30 this morning I rushed into a burning building when I noticed an apartment fire in the building next to my own in Mariner’s Bay, Marina del Rey. It all started when I heard a series of soft explosions coming from outside my apartment. It sounded like […]

Yesterday I set out to fulfill a goal I set for myself this year, and attempted to summit Mount San Antonio. At 10,068 feet, Mount San Antonio, known as Mount Baldy to most Angelinos, is the highest peak of the San Gabriel Mountains, and the highest point in Los Angeles County, California. In the end I succumbed to dizziness and […]

Posted by Jake DiMare on July 25th, 2015 at 3:14 pm

Today is the 1 year anniversary of the day my wife and I arrived in Los Angeles to start our new lives as Californians. As seems to be the custom, in a city as transitory in the lives of many of her millions of residents, I believe this officially makes us ‘old-timers’. As such, I thought I would take […]

Consider this: Within our lifetime artificial intelligence will likely emerge and be deployed which is capable of simultaneous awareness of every transaction we make, every public tweet, article, or blog post we write (or have written), and every private email we send -regardless of whether it’s from our own email account or one we have access to on behalf of […]

Posted by Jake DiMare on November 11th, 2014 at 4:29 pm

If you are a total space nerd like me then this is undoubtedly an exciting day for you as well. I’m not going to spend a lot of time sharing the story of the European Space Agency’s Rosetta Mission because, well, the point of my post is they are doing a great job of it themselves. […]

Posted by Jake DiMare on August 28th, 2014 at 12:35 pm

My life has been changed as a result of viewing PornBurger.me. I simply refuse to accept the fact that I got all the way through considering every item on this ‘menu’, only to learn it’s not actually a restaurant. I was ready to get up out of my chair and run to this place, immediately. If it was […]