Digital Experience Group

Woman compares the Nebraska website on mobile phone and laptop.

Let’s Tell Your Story

The Digital Experience Group serves UNL’s City, East, and Innovation Campuses with a high-powered team of specialists in all aspects of digital media. For each client and project, we employ a proven approach to your digital communications from strategy to execution, leveraging with the unparalleled resources of our partners in University Communication and Information Technology Services.

Come visit us on City Campus at 1217 Q, we’re always ready and available to serve you. Start your story by calling us at 402-472-9878, or by using the convenient email/chat tool at the bottom of this page.

Screenshots of three Nebraska websites.

Praise for Our Work

Sites we have designed and developed have been celebrated for their innovation and ease of use. Our work has earned awards from Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and eduStyle, and accolades from publications like Smashing Magazine and HubSpot.

DXG Alums Include Entrepreneurs

One alum co-founded the Asian social networking site, Plurk. Another is engaged in developing a pioneering online coaching portfolio website, Lockr. One founded the awesome subscription-based health and nutrition sample site, Bulu Box. Others have gone on to work in major agencies and web development shops. And some of our best continue to work right here, building and evolving the online presence of Dear Old Nebraska U.

Join Us!

The Digital Experience Group, a partnership of University Communication and Information Technology Services, is currently seeking talented and forward-thinking individuals to help us build a great website for a great university. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers competitive compensation, and DXG offers a diverse and accomplished set of colleagues and a supportive work/life balance. We’re looking for someone who’ll fit right in right now, but who’ll never tire of pushing forward.

Students: Even if your HTML/CSS/design experience is not deep, as long as you’re interested in working in a forward-thinking development shop and learning about the constantly evolving world of web and interactive technologies, we’re interested in you. We can offer up to 20 hours per week, at $10–12 per hour depending on experience and demonstrated technical and/or design skills.

To apply, students should send an email with their resume and a brief letter of interest to Clay Lewis. For a tour, drop in any time at University Communication at 1217 Q (entrance on the west side), or call 402-472-9492 or email.