Yes Exactly developed Zappen as an augmented reality toolset to help local businesses connect to more customers in real time.
We at Yes Exactly are excited to announce our new website client, The Road to Adventure:
Are you interested in exploring America, our National Parks, learning about local artisans, foods, and goods, guidance in making lifestyle changes, travel-planning and tips, taking better travel photos, how to work outside a cubicle, or learning about the RV lifestyle? Then this is the place for you. The Road To Adventure is an adventure and photography blog. It’s about creator Kate Mullen’s personal experiences and tips providing inspiration for you to dare to take the road less traveled. It is her hope to foster a community of adventure, stewardship, growth, and service.
Yes Exactly is pleased to announced Alma Care Services as one of our new website clients this April.
Alma’s mission is to maintain the individual’s dignity and quality of life through independent living.
Alma Care Services was created with the goal of helping our clients remain independent and safe in an environment where they feel most comfortable — their own home.
Yes Exactly is pleased to announce Center for New Americans as a new website client this month:
Center for New Americans (CNA) is a community-based, non-profit adult education center that provides the underserved immigrant, refugee and migrant communities of Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley with education and resources to learn English, become involved community members and obtain tools necessary to maintain economic independence and stability.
Yes Exactly is pleased to announce that Northampton Radio Group (WRSI, WHMP and Hits 94.3) will be using our Zappen augmented reality and social media aggregation technology as the backbone of the new Valley Beer Trail custom app.
The app helps beer drinkers in the Pioneer Valley find the perfect beer and more, with an interactive map and up-to-date listings of events, tastings, and festivals at venues across the region. Whether you want to know what’s happening every week at your favorite neighborhood pub, or tour breweries across the region, the Valley Beer Trail app is a must-have for the beer enthusiast.
Yes, this is us. I hope I am not the only business owner making this decision for myself and my employees on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
But if we are, I’ll take the credit, or the blame. I had to put some thought into it, to be honest. Our core team is small, and the financial outlay is real. Still, I feel that it’s worth it. Last year on this same day, I shared my thoughts on feminism on a different blog. This year I wanted to look past ideological labels. We as an organization want to express our deep gratitude for the contributions of every woman, paid or unpaid, in every country and culture.
Well, I have to say, 2016 wasn’t actually such a bad year for us. We launched our new website in December. We obtained seed funding to build Zappen, an augmented reality app that can read signs and logos from any mobile phone. We went to Seoul, Korea
CEO, Yes Exactly
I started Yes Exactly six years ago. Before that, I thought of myself as an artist and a writer who just happened to make websites on the side. What I realized over time was that the process of collaborating with people with a vision and a dream—entrepreneurs, artists, activists, and many others—to build something new was one of the most rewarding and creative endeavors imaginable. As we head toward 2017, I am reminded of the many amazing people we’ve had the privilege to work with, and I am eager to see where our work takes us next.
Yes Exactly supports WRSI The River’s Cares for Kids holiday campaign by providing a website where local donors can easily sign up to buy toys and gifts for children in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program. We are pleased to be able to work with the radio station to help kids in need during this holiday season.
By Tess Gadwa, Yes Exactly Founder & CEO
Download encryption software, even if you never actually use it.
In the past few days I’ve talked to a lot of people who are casting about, looking for one simple action they can take.
Here is one thing you can do in less than two minutes. It’s not a symbol. It’s very real. It doesn’t cost any money. And it might actually save lives.
Even if you never use an encryption app, the simple act of downloading it right now and asking others to do the same keeps activists and whistleblowers safe.
Why? Read more
Yes Exactly is proud to announce our newest Drupal and WordPress website clients:
Stop It Now of Deerfield, MA http://www.stopitnow.org/
Apple 3.0, Philip Elmer deWitt’s technology blog http://ped30.com/
Whether our clients are looking for e-commerce, help with Drupal and WordPress site maintenance and upgrades, or new perspective on marketing and branding, Yes Exactly is pleased to be able to offer a professional standard of support and web development to clients in the Pioneer Valley.
We are pleased to announce Greenfield Community Television as our newest client!
Zappen celebrated its official Android app launch at the Pioneer Valley’s Green River Fest, which drew thousands of concertgoers from Massachusetts and beyond.
Yes Exactly was pleased to help build and launch the new website for non-profit performance space Flywheel Arts Collective in Easthampton, MA! We provided pro bono assistance to collective members in developing the design and content, handling the initial site installation and custom WordPress coding solutions.
Zappen is a new mobile app that helps you follow your favorite bands, artists, and local businesses with your camera phone. The app instantly recognizes logos and signs, making it easy for customers to “bookmark reality” and connect online and on social media. Never forget the name of a restaurant or band again!
Zappen will officially launch on Friday, July 8 at the Green River Festival in Western Massachusetts. Stop by our booth for a demo and a ticket for free Bart’s ice cream!
Yes Exactly was tasked to create a online interactive map for the Western Region Homeland Security Advisory Council that shows the various locations of equipment throughout the four counties of Western Massachusetts. This online map provides quick information regarding WRHSAC purchased equipment, including a brief description of the equipment, equipment location, and contact information to borrow the equipment. You can filter displayed equipment by location or by equipment type. It was developed as a custom plugin for their WordPress web site, and utilizes Google Maps to provide location and map display.
The new web site for consulting firm Total Improvement Solutions utilizes a mobile-friendly blog template with social media integration from Twitter and GoodReads.
We are pleased to announce that Yes Exactly Founder Tess Gadwa and Attention Based Currency Chief Scientist Scott Little, Ph.D. have been selected to present their paper on Attention Based Currency (ABC) and Universal Basic Income (UBI) at the 16th annual BIEN Congress, defining a new model for application of the attention-based cryptocurrency to this specific problem set.
Attention Based Currency (ABC) is a cryptocurrency generated by the interaction of Internet users with streaming media. Listening records are secure and encrypted, but the algorithm rewards listeners who seek out and share new content as “early adopters.” ABC is a market-based approach that can be used independently or in tandem with more traditional government-funded or philanthropic UBI programs.
The conference will take place from July 7-9 in Seoul, South Korea. See you in Seoul!
Welcome to our newest, fully mobile optimized client.