It’s been a busy summer so far, with an interesting array of new projects – some for long-standing clients, some for clients new to us.
New clients include Syracuse’s Gifford Foundation, for whom we recently (in partnership with Adam Rozum Design) delivered a new print brochure and for whom we will soon launch a wholesale redesign/redevelopment of their website. Other new nonprofit clients include Medical Research Charities, a Massachusetts-based organization which assists charities with securing donations through the Combined Federal Campaign for whom we are redesigning their site using WordPress and updating their secure, Ruby on Rails-based application. For the Homeless & Housing Coalition of Syracuse & Onondaga County, a group of organizations in Central New York working to address homelessness in our area, we are building a WordPress-based website to allow the group to better spread the word on the important work they are doing.
We continue to be lucky to collaborate with great agencies; recently, we have worked with Syracuse marketing agency Mindshare on a variety of projects, from custom content management systems to WordPress updates to SilverStripe CMS work.
We are proud to announce that OCWA, the Onondaga County Water Authority, recently selected us to redesign their website. Having worked with OCWA on a number of intranet and web-database projects over the past few years, we’re excited to be working with them on a project of broader scope.
The training firm Webucator offers customized, instructor-led technology training; in the past, we have delivered on-site training for Webucator at locations across the United States. Recently, Brian Hoke has authored several courses for Webucator: both Developing Mobile Websites and jQuery Mobile are available as on-site or self-paced online courses.
For Colden Corporation, we consulted on and implemented a new content strategy, with an expanded homepage of their site now featuring regular updates on the firm’s industrial hygiene and environmental compliance service areas. New news and technical briefs better highlight the work done by the firm across the United States and in a variety of countries around the world.