With over 3,000 pets placed a year, it’s safe to say that the Austin Humane Society’s dog-and-cat operation has given thousands of new best friends over the years. They receive an astonishing 32,000 visitors each year while more than 600 volunteers work tirelessly to find good pet homes, educate the community and raise money for the organization. But austinhumanesociety.org did not reflect the shelter’s whimsical tenants or provide the high-level functionality needed to engage users and establish a digital presence. And while AHS excelled at animal placement and man power, they lacked the interactive stature to reach adopters online.
Pixeldust has announced the launch of the newly refreshed Cielo Wind Power website. Having built the original site over 10 years ago, Pixeldust was pleased with Cielo’s emphatic response regarding the site’s performance and aesthetics over the years. For Cielo Wind Power version 2.0, Pixeldust performed a complete overhaul by updating the interface, incorporating video and creating image galleries to accentuate Cielo’s growth over time. Pixeldust designed and developed a fresh, earthy look and feel to capture the heart of Cielo’s environmentally-friendly appeal.
SureScore, an educational consulting firm, has chosen Pixeldust to give the test-prep site a fresh look and feel. Work has already begun on the blanket redesign that will include an interface overhaul, update all graphics and incorporate video to create a sleek, modern look and provide a fun interactive user experience. Pixeldust will build the new site on a robust content management system.
CNN.com Living featured RottenNeighbor today as a site that “allows users to post material about disturbing neighbors.” The article covered some of the most popular posts on the site, discussed changing neighborhood trends demonstrated on RottenNeighbor and touched on the possibility of a reality show based on the site. To read more on this story, click here.
AP Newswire featured RottenNeighbor today as a “website seemingly tailor-made for such suburban woes.” The article covered some of the most popular posts on the site, discussed changing neighborhood trends demonstrated on RottenNeighbor, and touched on the possibility of a reality show based on the site. The story was picked up by more than 200 media outlets including CNN.com. To read more on this story, click here.
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