The Book of Faiyum

An untouchable ancient scroll reveals
its secrets to museum visitors.

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Rising to the Challenge

Johns Hopkins, a leading national and international research University, launched the Rising to the Challenge campaign in 2010 with a goal of reaching $4.5 billion in fundraising.

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Storytelling Attracts a Much Wider Audience

Kenyon College reports a record-shattering admissions year, with huge increases in international applicants, and a historic low in selectivity rankings.

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Highlighting a
Vibrant Community

Design and content strategy focused on a hand-made DIY feel, reinforcing Puget's commitment to the individual student's unique journey.

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  1. The Walters Art Museum
  2. Johns Hopkins Campaign
  3. Kenyon College
  4. University of Puget Sound

We are a team of passionate storytellers and problem solvers who are obsessed with interaction design, content strategy and technology. We are committed to delivering outstanding experiences created by expert craftspeople, developed in a collaborative environment built on trust. We value the relationships we have with our clients, and the culture we have created at Fastspot. If you work with us we can guarantee you'll be challenged, entertained, sleep well at night, do lots of high-fives, and be blown away at least a few times.

Fastspot Wins Big at eduStyle Awards

Work for DePauw University, Notre Dame of Maryland University, Bay State College and Tufts University received a total of 13 nominations. The eduStyle Higher-ed Web Awards, sponsored by Demand Creativity, celebrate the best work in college and university websites.... Learn More


On Falls Road

We just moved to a new office, and I got to go for a visit. This is what it's like being onsite at Fastspot.

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Fastspot encouraged us at every opportunity to build a site that would invite visitors to return often; our traffic numbers have been real improvements. They continually did their homework to guide us; in the design phase, for example, they populated our wire frames with examples of material they pulled off Google but that looked like it came from us. Each team member welcomed our input warmly, always striving to make sure we were happy. They made sure they designed something we could maintain and update regularly and trained us well on the content management system.

-Mark Rothman, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust