The kind folks at Quabbin Mediation hired us to re-brand their site. We designed and implemented a new user interface and new features. We worked closely with QM staff to write content to best present this wonderful program. Read more about Training Active Bystanders »
Sue Pelland Designs is a quilting tools and patterns company, founded in 2009, that specializes in rotary cut appliqué. The SuePellandDesigns.com website supports retail sales, along with a blog, calendar and more to connect with the company’s customers and partners. In addition to the website, SPD also markets online through an enewsletter and with social media. Read more about Sue Pelland Designs »
SSRLA.com is a brochure website for Soft Story Retrofitters LA, a Los Angeles firm specializing in structural construction, particularly seismic retrofitting of soft story buildings. The firm wanted a simple and easy to use website to serve as a brochure for their services.
This website has a clean, modern look and feel and is superbly responsive, working on devices of all sizes. Read more about Soft Story Retrofitters LA »
Naturalism.Org is the brainchild of Tom Clark, currently a research associate at the Heller School for Social Policy at Brandeis University in Massachusetts. The mission of Naturalism.Org, created in 1998, is to raise awareness of worldview naturalism and its positive implications, and to develop and promote policies consistent with a naturalistic understanding of ourselves. Read more about Naturalism »
Careers of Substance is a central resource for anyone involved in preventing, intervening in, treating, and supporting recovery from addictions in Massachusetts.
Just Magic Design got involved in late 2012 when we took over maintenance of the Drupal 6 website. The site has now been converted to Drupal 7, significantly redesigned and enhanced. One of the significant features of the website is the use of "Organic Groups" to implement Workspaces where teams of addiction professionals can collaborate on shared projects. Read more about Careers of Substance »
David Kimball wanted a website to showcase his notes and writings about the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. We created the design from scratch and organized David's work by category into "books" to make it easier for the user to read. Each book page can also organized by tags. The user can search the website for a string of text or can use the tag cloud to search based upon tags. All of the content of the site, both writing and graphics, are customizable by David, with on-line documentation provided. Read more about David Kimball, Global Citizen »
StrodCreatives.com is the personal website of writer and photographer Debbie Strod. Debbie uses the website to showcase her stories and photos, to let people know when she'll be exhibiting or speaking, to allow people to buy prints of her photographs, and to blog about the world from the point of view of someone who finds beauty and creative potential in the everyday. As Debbie says in her welcome message: Read more about Strod Creatives »
The UU Humanist Association is a national organization dedicated to celebrating and encouraging Humanism in Unitarian Universalist congregations.
This website uses both Drupal 7 and CiviCRM. CiviCRM is an open source Contact Relationship Managment system and it allows members to join, renew and donate to the group on-line. Read more about UU Humanist Association »
The Concord Area Humanists are a non-profit group in Concord, MA.
The website is done in Drupal 7 with a custom theme designed to match the group's customized Meetup.com page where the calendar of events is maintained.
Features include a slideshow on the homepage, an Upcoming Events block on the home page that reads from Google Calendar, a blog and more. Read more about Concord Area Humanists »
You are here! Our goal for this website is to show off what we've done and encourage people to give us more work. (Gotta save for the kids' college tuition!) Since we wanted the focus to be on our work which has a wide variety of styles, we chose a very minimalist color scheme and design. Then we accented it with rabbits just for fun. Read more about Just Magic Design »