• My Digital Life: Jeff Mills

    The My Digital Life series shares how Delphic employees interact with technology each day, both for personal and professional use. Jeff Mills Senior Front-end Developer Tell us a little bit about your role at Delphic, Jeff. I work in the creative department; I’m the middleman between the back-end developers and designers. I translate the web […]


  • Why Responsive Web Design Is The New Black

    Customers can create their own web experience using tablets, smart phones, laptops and desktops. Businesses of all sizes must now look at ways to make their websites more accessible to the audiences they serve. Responsive web design is very much the new black. It can be considered that for a number of reasons. Perfect for […]

  • Leader in Senior Care Gets Responsive Design Treatment

    We are excited to announce the launch of SunriseSeniorLiving.com in Responsive Design – the design approach that optimizes for whatever device visitors use to navigate a website, from desktop, to tablet, to smartphone. This project required heavy lifting from our Front-End development team as each type of view (desktop, tablet, mobile) called for a different […]

  • Creating UX for the Page View Ad Model

    As members of the digital community, we can create Internet experiences that we enjoy using. In most cases there are best practices, but sometimes, we, along with our peers, evolve practice as we work. Whatever the site, whatever the content, the primary goal is to create a user experience that achieves a specific objective: sign […]


  • Community Websites Get the Full Delphic Sage Treatment

    Sunrise Senior Living’s Independent Full Service (IFS) community websites recently received a new look and feel with the launch of an elevated, clean design that sets them apart. The design showcases the elegant communities, focusing on hero images (with fantastic imagery) on the homepage that include testimonials from the residents themselves – a perfect entryway […]

  • Understanding and Using Web Fonts: Part 3

    In a previous blog post on fonts we discussed web font formats, now we’ll get into how to use them. The font files themselves are included on the web server, so the CSS knows exactly where to retrieve it. Use the @font-face rule within your CSS stylesheet, name it using CSS’s standard font-family property, then […]


  • My Borgata Rewards Gets an Upgrade

    In an increasingly competitive landscape, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa slotted (pun intended) an upgrade to its frequent players/stayers extranet, My Borgata Rewards – a large initiative from front to back, with the help of Delphic Sage. Borgata’s requirements included a site built on a robust platform that would allow for growth, marketing insights and […]

  • Understanding and Using Web Fonts: Part 2

    In a previous blog post on fonts we discussed why using web fonts is a good idea, now we’ll get into the different web font formats. TRUETYPE As a scalable outline format, it replaced the common bitmap fonts that were used for screen display. It evolved into the standard format for system fonts because it […]