Keep Climbing

The Keep Climbing Project (dba: Keep Climbing) offers wilderness therapy for children of US soldiers who have died serving their country. recent-keep_climbing This made-over website focuses on supporting the organization (with donations of time or money) and showcasing their expeditions via a dynamic calendar.  This site also includes categorized blogs, multiple forms and full-background imaging.

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Bienvenidos

Bienvenidos needed a more user-friendly way for their staff to update content, with a design that was more inviting and intuitive. bienvenidos-fullviewNow Bienvenidos has a more potent development tool at their disposal. And with the power of WordPress, their communications staff can now easily and quickly modify and moderate the website’s content – without heavy reliance on website professionals.

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Virginia Homeschoolers

 

vahs-fullviewThe new VaHomeschoolers’ content managed (CMS) website contains more than 150 pages, 79 posts and 38 categories. It utilizes the WordPress platform. This site has has password-protected sections for its members and subscribers, social media links, news weblog, news archives and more.

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Weingart Center

weingart-fullviewThe Weingart Center was looking for something fresh and inviting for their new website. By focusing the Home Page’s narrative to that of donor relations – while still prioritizing social interaction and Center activities – the Weingart Center now, in addition to a leaner and more user-friendly website, has a more potent development tool at their disposal. And with the power of WordPress, their communications staff can now easily and quicklymodify and moderate the website’s content – without heavy reliance on website professionals.

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JWCH Institute

jwch-fullviewThe new JWCH Institute content managed (CMS) website contains more than 100 pages/posts, utilizing the WordPress platform.
This is a multi-site website: it is a mini network, which will offer it’s Spanish language version to the public soon — all managed through a single dashboard (control panel). In addition to bilingual content, the site has two password-protected sections (for Board and Staff use only), social media feeds, news weblog, employment board, and a clinic locator (which uses Google Maps technology).

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NJTEEA

njteea-recent-workThe New Jersey Technology and Engineering Educators Association content managed (CMS) website takes advantage of WordPress’s user-friendly dashboard — which is very important since the website is maintained by volunteers. The site offers both free (unprotected) content and premium content for its paid members. Membership is managed online via the s2Member plugin, which grants new registrants access once membership has been approved. In addition to password-protected content, the site streams social media feeds alongside it’s weblog.

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Broken No More

BNM-full-viewBroken No More is a forum for those who have lost someone to drugs. Their mission is harm reduction and to address drug policy. The BNM site, built on WordPess, is article-intensive: their blog is split into several areas of interest. This is a password-protected site.

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New Hampshire Campaign for Legal Services

NHCLS-full-viewThis site supports two of New Hampshire’s civil legal services organizations: the Legal Advice and Referral Center and New Hampshire Legal Assistance–which provide critical assistance for people who have no where else to turn for help with legal issues affecting their most basic needs.