The Longmont Humane Society named Think Make Do, a leading strategy, design, development company, as the vendor to redesign and develop their web presence.
Longmont Humane Society is a 501(c)3 private, non-profit animal shelter that serves the Saint Vrain Valley area. LHS is dedicated to the protection of animals, serving more than 4000 animals annually. The LHS provides temporary shelter to dogs, cats, small mammals, and birds who are lost, abandoned, or surrendered. Loving attention, nutritious food, meticulous health care and daily exercise are standard parts of the high quality care provided to each animal.
Some aspects to the planned redesign include the expansion of dynamic, real-time information about LHS events and classes, social media integration, general improvements to the overall website aesthetic and experience, and improvements to sharing events and animal information with the greater Longmont community.
Denver, October 20, 2011 — Think Make Do re-launches the University of Colorado’s Department of Art and Art history website at its new address: cuart.colorado.edu As befits a 21st century Art Department, the new site is primarily image-driven, and includes a master events calendar, separate calendars for the many different events series put on by this vibrant department. There is also an extensive faculty gallery, so prospective students can begin to connect with their mentors.
The University of Colorado Department of Art and Art History is a cross-disciplinary, student-centered program incorporating programs in art history, ceramics, drawing & painting, photography & digital media, print making, and sculpture. Through research, educational and artistic activity, the Visiting Artist Program, the Visiting Scholar Program, Arts-Bridge Scholars Program, and the Pre-Collegiate Program, the department provides a vital and durable presence in the Boulder and metro Denver arts communities. Internationally, the department engages in study abroad programs in France, Italy, Mongolia, Mexico, Spain.
The primary goal of the redesign was showcase these impressive aspects and the cultural production of the faculty and students, and to improve outreach to prospective students in the Department’s service area. Ancillary goals were to include the expansion of dynamic, real-time information about college events and student and faculty accomplishments, general improvements to the overall website aesthetic and experience, and improvements to sharing events information with the greater Boulder community.
Denver, June 29, 2011 — Think Make Do launches a new website for the Denver Silent Film Festival, an exciting event showcasing the films and culture of the roaring 20’s. The site contains calendaring and ticketing features, Facebook integration, and blog.
The Denver Silent Film Festival was established in September of 2010 in collaboration with the University of Colorado Denver: Arts & Media. The Denver Silent Film Festival explores the broad spectrum of silent film by programming a lively and thought-provoking mix of educational and entertaining films. American and foreign classics, as well as lesser-known rare and restored films will be presented in 35mm. The inaugural Denver Silent Film Festival (DSFF) will be held on September 23, 24, and 25, 2011.
Denver, June 15, 2011 — Think Make Do, a leading strategy, design, development company, announced today its selection as the design and development vendor for the University of Colorado, Department of Art and Art History to redesign and develop their web presence.
The Department of Art and Art History is one of the oldest and most respected departments on campus with over an 80 year history of producing some of the country’s finest artists and art faculty.
The proposed website will encompass an inviting design and navigational structure to showcase the work of existing students and faculty, further external awareness in the Boulder and University communities and present content that is enticing to prospective graduate and undergraduate students.
The site will be built using a state of the art open-source content management system which provides an easy-to-use functional architecture that supports dynamic content additions and updates.
Denver – May 22, 2011 — Think Make Do unveils the new website for the Denver Woman’s Press Club. This site features complete member profiles, an organization blog and events calendar. The member profile system comprises contains over 250 user accounts, with a robust set of social networking features.
Think Make Do designed and developed the site, and provided technical training for organization personnel and membership.
Partnering with Wet Paint Communications, Think Make Do has just re-launched a patient and donor story-sharing website for Allosource, the premiere tissue donation network in the US.
The relaunched website features patient stories, donor stories, a newsfeed of updates on medical innovations regarding tissue grafting, Facebook integration, and space for patients and donors to upload photos and share stories of their experiences with Allosource. Take a moment to view the site, and leave a comment.
Denver, January 5, 2011 – Think Make Do, a leading strategy, design, development company, announced today its selection as the design and development vendor for the Denver Woman’s Press Club to create an online social network and redesigned web presence.
The Denver Woman’s Press Club, was founded in 1898 and is one of the oldest women’s press clubs in the nation. It is a membership organization of over 200 professional women writers: journalists, novelists, magazine editors, essayists, freelance writers, historians, corporate and mass communications specialists, and poets.
The proposed website will build upon and enhance the interpersonal social network that the DWPC has already created, with social networking tools, personal profiles for the membership and a replete events sharing system.