Websites are never static – and never should be. The samples furnished above are really nothing more than snapshots captured at a moment in time, intended primarily to display our capabilities and attention to detail. Since 2014, we’ve adopted the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) for all our projects. By incorporating your communications goals, graphic identity, and content needs, we create the look, feel, interface, and framework for a compelling and functional Website. Our user documentation, and the WordPress CMS gives you the tools, resources, and flexibility to manage your Website, ensuring your content is always current – and never static.
Inspect the Samples
HARPERS FERRY CENTER
NPS GRAPHIC IDENTITY PROGRAM
HARPERS FERRY EXPLORER
- Harpers Ferry Explorer, 2010 (5 screenshots | 825k | PDF) – Interactive Flash application coded in ActionScript and featuring 100 high-resolution site-selectable Zoomified® images.
HARPERS FERRY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
FEMA NATIONAL PROCESSING SERVICE CENTERS
- FEMA National Processing Service Centers, 2010 (3 screenshots | 847k | PDF) – Home page for the FEMA National Processing Service Centers, which manage registration and case management for survivors of federally-declared disasters. The site was built using the Microsoft SharePoint Content Management System (CMS).
A.C. GILBERT HERITAGE SOCIETY
- A.C. Gilbert Heritage Society, 2014 (link to current Website) – Website built using the WordPress Content Management System (CMS). By integrating the society’s membership directory into the CMS, members-only content is segregated from publicly available content, providing a unique membership benefit. The site currently contains 2,448 member-provided photographs in 161 galleries.
VIRGINIA BORDER COLLIE ASSOCIATION
- Virginia Border Collie Association, 2015 (link to current Website) – Website built using the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) and featuring an events management system, document management system, photo galleries, and videos.
Harpers Ferry Explorer
- Harpers Ferry Explorer, 2015 (link to current Website) – Website built using the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) and NextGen Full Screen Responsive Pro Lightbox. This new version features an intuitive subject location interface to access historical and contemporary photographs of Harpers Ferry. More than 180 photographs are presented in 16 galleries.