What did you do over summer vacation?
That’s the question our kids are answering during their first week of school. For our part, the change in season has produced a bumper crop of online offerings, with more launches planned. Here’s a look at some of the sites of summer, 2016.We planted this shiny little nugget back in April over beers at Bale Breaker Brewing Co. in Moxee Washington. The CLS Farms creation, gold in color, citrawesome in flavor, is so sought-after that Eric Desmarais and family had to contract farmers in Washington State and Idaho to grow the variety and meet ElDorado demands.
Breathing Lights is illuminating areas in the Capital Region where vacant buildings stand, unused. The project, funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies, is intended to start conversations and provoke questions—like any good art installation. The creative use of space is also the foundation for a full season of programming: workshops on how to rehab an older home, events with music and speakers that will showcase the importance of neighborhoods, communities and homes. WMHT and Mannix Marketing both made bright contributions to the launch of this site!
A law firm with no online presence? Objection, your honor: speculative. Meyer & Fuller raised the Bar with their new site. Mx on the dev.
Hudson Headwaters Health Network took their healthy connections online with a comprehensive site overhaul. Service lines, locations, doctor profiles and patient portal information can now be easily accessed from any device. Mannix Marketing turned out to be the perfect prescription for development.
Fresh off a communications overhaul and a new rebrand, Paul Smith’s College released its Annual Giving Results online. Green, in more ways than one.
Even though the team is all wiped-out from a summer of web work, we’re excited to announce the conversion of another new online presence. The redesigned Morcon, Inc. website will go live in advance of ISSA in Chicago, this October. It will be beautiful and you’ll wish you had tissues.