Harvard Brain Science Initiative’s website demonstrates the full scope and breadth of this new Initiative – spanning more than 500 faculty, researchers and physicians who collaborate across almost every neuroscience discipline at Harvard, from research to applied science to medicine and law. The site captures abundant information in a visual context that conveys the highly engaging, high-tech energy of the work.
For the largest biopharma company in Spain – about to go public – we developed a new website and brand look focusing on their leadership in epigenetics…one that allows the viewer or investor to clearly navigate the complex information.
Locust Walk’s new website and brand look supports its guiding principle by employing bold biotech/pharma imagery contrasted with clean, subtle typography. The effect: a compelling brand that conveys strength, knowledge, innovation, and transparency.
BioBreak is a non-profit organization that brings together senior executives spanning biotech, pharma, medtech, diagnostics and venture capital.
Decision-makers convene at informal networking events where members can establish relationships, find new business partners and share best practices.
BioBreak currently engages with every major pharmaceutical and biotech company in the Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco and New York/New Jersey regions.
The website highlights Opteon’s seamless systems approach and features their industry-leading products. The challenge was to involve the technically focused audience while giving them the high level of product and process detail they wanted.
For this national campaign consultant, we developed a website that represents their philosophy of lasting growth and change for their healthcare, arts and culture, and environmental non-profit client organizations.
Through bold graphics and impactful text – as well as one-click access to recent transactions, upcoming events, and news – the website immediately conveys the identity and relevance of Torreya.
Linden Square Townhomes is a community of sixty-four, exquisite two-bedroom townhomes, completely renovated in 2004. The complex has a comfortable neighborhood feeling, with courtyards and benches, winding walkways, decorative trellis work – and all the beauty one expects in Wellesley.
For the foremost preservation organization in Boston, we developed an interactive website that highlights the places, people and events that are critical to the mission and values of BPA. The site includes communication links and apps important to such an active not-for-profit institution: News, Events, Blog, Twitter, Sponsors as well as Join Us and Donate – as well as a wonderful overview video.
The website presents the mission of historical preservation within a contemporary, youthful brand look.
Our website for Visics, highlights their seamless systems approach and features their industry-leading products. The challenge was to introduce the technically focused audience to the concept of ‘vision 4.0’ – while supplying this audience the high level of product and process detail they wanted.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest wanted a site that showcased the kids but that was organized and easy to navigate through. We designed and built a custom responsive site in WordPress. The overall white backgrounds with pops of color along with the whimsical drawings express the fun part of the Clubs while the grid and legible text make it easy for parents and guardians to find info quickly.
Maud Morgan Arts is a small art center in Cambridge that engages artists of all ages and all levels to create and exhibit their work. The center needed a robust website that enabled easy access to a variety of programs with online registering and a calendar that could populate several areas of the site automatically. The site also needed to work well on mobile devices. The result is a clean bright design that emphasizes the students’ and faculty’s artwork by using photo sliders and gallery grids.