Archive for the ‘Client News’ Category

Website Redesign: The Sudbury Foundation

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Congratulations to the The Sudbury Foundation of Sudbury, Massachusetts who recently unveiled its redesigned website. Adventures Online had designed and developed the non-profit’s original website in 2002 and was delighted to be asked to do the redesign and development of the new website.

The Sudbury Foundation Redesign

2011 Website Redesign

The newly designed website is SEO-friendly, and features a wider pallet, two page layouts, a blog, and the ability for The Sudbury Foundation staff to update the content on all the web pages as well as the information in the left and right sidebars whenever they want.

Staff received two hours of in-office training and 3 documents that comprise the custom-written User Guide – and they are already blogging like pros!  Kudos and best of luck to The Sudbury Foundation!

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Congratulations to Website Development Client Herwitz Associates!

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

I am very happy to announce that earlier this week, Adventures Online completed developing a website for marketing consultant Evelyn Herwitz of  Herwitz Associates, Worcester, MA.

Creation of the website was a collaborative effort.
For any website, you need:

  1. A design
  2. Content to go on the pages
  3. Someone to put 1 &  2 together… to build the vision… 

The design was created by a long-time friend of Evelyn. The content and search engine optimization were prepared by Evelyn herself.  Their vision was built by Adventures Online. 

The build consisted of creating web pages and a blog that looked exactly like the design created by Evelyn’s friend, and contained the content and search engine optimization components created by Evelyn. 

The website was developed on a WordPress platform.  Why WordPress? Because it has a content management system that Evelyn can use to maintain her blog and update her pages – and create new ones if she wishes.

Wishing Evelyn many prosperous projects generated from her website!
Website Developer for Herwitz Associates

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Website Development in Marlborough MA is Most Gratifying…

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

when a client calls to tell you that they have made  a(nother) “look-ma-no-hands” sale. That’s when their website did all the talking for them and the purchaser contacted them, having already made the decision to purchase from/work with them.

It’s happened a number of times, and most recently, yesterday (Friday, March 25, 2011). Early afternoon I received a call from  Emergency Signal Systems of Leominster, MA. They had just closed a deal for a 4-figure project. They were most surprised that their website was out there “working” for them, and called to let me know that it really did work!  

They said that when their new client called, it was a “done deal” – “When can you start my project?” Best of all, the project is a pilot and has the potential to grow into a much larger grossing project.  

I love to receive these calls.

 

Emergencey Signal Systems’ website went live in early December 2010.

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Suzanne Lockwood Much More Than a Boston DJ!

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Last week, long-time client Suzanne Lockwood of DJSuzieCue.com sent me an e-mail about her website.  The e-mail ended with “Happy Spring”, and attached was a beatiful photo of flowers from her garden.

Not only is Suzanne a great DJ and wonderful jazz singer, but, now I know she is a talented photographer too! 

Flower from garden in Houghs Neck, Quincy

Flower from garden in Houghs Neck, Quincy© Suzanne Lockwood

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White Flowers Houghs Neck Quincy

White Flowers Houghs Neck Quincy © Suzanne Lockwood

Guess those creative types got it going awwwnnn!  File under: You don’t know what you don’t know…

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Kudos to client & local cable station WMCT TV

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Last night I attended the first annual Employment Options Celebrity Roast. This year’s celebrity was former Massachusetts State Representative Steve LeDuc. The Roast was emceed by Channel 5’s Ed Harding, and included videos, powerpoint presentations, and roasters. Roasters included Steve LeDuc’s friends, former employees and former Massachusetts Speaker of the House, Thomas Finneran.

WMCT TV Marlborough Local CableMarlborough’s local cable TV station, WMCT TV was there in full force. Five employees, 4 cameras, pre-recorded videos, and more. I learned from WMCT TV staff that they had been preparing for weeks; creating and editing original videos, and coordinating efforts and scripting the evening’s festivities with David Greenwood of David A Greenwood Associates (PR) and Toni Wolf, Executive Director of Employment Options.

As a spectator, it was a learning experience to see the amount of staff and equipment it took to record the evening. Witnessing what that took, I can not even begin to imagine the hours it must have taken to prepare the videos that they showed last night. They had produced the “Person on the Street” interviews, the “Let’s Cut Live” segments with Heather Unruh (Channel 5) and Dan Guindon (WMCT TV),  the Steve LeDuc bio, and…all the other videos.

My hat is off to them this morning! Great job WMCT TV…So proud to have you as a client! I hope you are making CDs of the Roast!

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