Matt is our resident taskmaster. He keeps projects and people on track to deliver successful, results driven web-based solutions.
Matt has over ten years of experience executing successful web-based projects in the education, private, and public sectors. Before joining Lyquix as Partner, Matt served as the President of Hyde Communications, which provided website development, content management, email marketing, and social media management services to small- and mid-size companies, non-profit organizations, and faith-based institutions in the Philadelphia area.
Matt is a recognized leader in the Philadelphia area. He has been a featured presenter at PennApps (a hackathon sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science) and WordPress Big Media Meetup (a meetup focused on issues concerning the operation, development, and scaling of big, high-traffic WordPress websites), and has served on several non-profit boards.
Matt holds a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from the University of Notre Dame. While at Notre Dame, Matt was a member of the swim team, and a three-time Academic All-Big East Conference selection.
Outside of work, Matt enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.
Articles by Matt Hyde
- October 4th, 2016Read Article
Over the past two years, several high-traffic news sites: Recode, Reuters, Popular Science, The Week, Mic, The Verge, and USA Today’s FTW, and mostly recently NPR.org have removed the ability for users to submit comments on their sites. These organizations cite moderation issues, the value of anonymity among commenters, legal issues, and emergence of social media as the reasons for removing comments from their respective sites.
- June 10th, 2016Read Article
Websites and apps provide users who can type, click, and swipe, read, see, and hear with an unprecedented amount of information and convenience. We communicate, shop, schedule, learn, and share experiences via the internet. Unfortunately, those with disabilities and impairments are not afforded the same access to information and convenience.
- February 17th, 2016Read Article
In our last blog post, we discussed three recommendations for improving your digital marketing effectiveness in 2016. In this post, we’re going to tackle what we have found to be the most challenging task for many organizations - content creation.
- January 21st, 2016Read Article
Happy New Year!
As we enter 2016, we thought we would provide you with three recommendations to help boost your digital marketing effectiveness in 2016.
- July 21st, 2015Read Article
On April 21, 2015, Google changed its search algorithm to favor "mobile friendly" websites. We discuss the reasons Google made the change, how it affects your organization, & how you can ensure that your site adheres to the new standards.
- February 3rd, 2015Read Article
We live in a do-it-yourself (DIY) society. Name the task, and there is at least one TV show (or an entire cable channel), website, Facebook page, or book devoted to helping you complete it on your own.
- January 7th, 2015Read Article
As we move into 2015, most of us have spent some time setting goals and objectives for the New Year. Many studies, including Gartner’s CMO Spend 2015, have found that 2015 will be the year that organizations seek to optimize their social media efforts through targeted, integrated campaigns.