The Children’s Home Site Launch

The Children’s Home has served Western North Carolina as a safe place for children and their families for more than a century. The Home has helped transform the lives of thousands of children over the years, refocusing its programming to adapt to

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Greensboro Historical Museum Site Launch

Moving a Museum to WordPress was a huge cooperative effort. The Greensboro Historical Museum staff moved content – and created new content – for months as we rolled out the WordPress multisite build. We had many meetings, previewed other sites (what we

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Camp Weaver Site Launch

We love the folks at Camp Weaver – and this new iteration of their site was a big team effort. Camp Director Jamie Cosson wanted eye-catching and easy to update (we think that’s a good combination!). The camp has magnificent photos of

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Beth David Synagogue Site Launch

Event-driven sites can be complex to work with – our build used a custom WordPress plugin that displays events and auto-magically removes them when they’re over. With custom post types and categories, we can display the many Beth David events on dynamic

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Arts Greensboro Site Launch

Working with ArtsGreensboro on their website for the new branding effort (sites with deadlines and press conferences!) was a fast-moving effort. We enjoyed building the site and working with the ArtsGreensboro staff to display their vision on-screen. From their site: Thanks to

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17 Days Greensboro

We were thrilled to work with 17 Days Greensboro, an ArtsGreensboro initiative. From their site: In just two years, ArtsGreensboro’s 17 DAYS Arts & Culture Festival has firmly established itself as a major arts destination event for North Carolina. What’s unique about

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WordPressing in the Dan River

The Dan River Partnership for a Healthy Community received a grant from the Danville Regional Foundation to work to help solve obesity in the Dan River region of Virginia. Their website and social media had to be easy to work with for

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Cemala’s New Face

It’s surprising how much back-end programming it takes to build a good Foundation site. The Cemala Foundation, one of Greensboro’s most active and civic-minded family foundations, has always provided a message-filled front, but few visitors recognize what it takes to build and

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Extreme Makeover on FOX8

The 2012 Extreme Nonprofit Makeover needed some publicity and FOX8 was there to help. Sheeka Strickland and her photog bud Eddie met us at Triad Health Project, a prior Extreme Nonprofit Makeover winner, to help spread the word about the current 2012

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Extreme Makeover Winner 2011

Win-Win Resolutions was the winner of the 2011 Extreme Nonprofit Makeover offered by TechTriad and 3 other companies in 2011. Started by TechTriad 8 years ago, the Makeover, free to a nonprofit that serves the Guilford County area, has added the services

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