Android and iOS apps, plus the back end services that make them work.
The Madison City Schools iPad App provides quick and convenient access to eleven resources students, parents, and teachers use everyday. The app also enables students and teachers to download/upload files into their personal folders within the district's network, allowing work saved on school computers to be edited on iPad.
While the information in the app is presented to the user in a cohesive manner, integrating each of the eleven services accessible within the app presented unique challenges since they are all populated by separate and diverse sources. For several sections, custom backend services were developed to complement the iOS app itself. The app was released in 2013, featured across Alabama news, and is used by over one thousand residents.
Responsive-width websites that look sharp on any device, computer or smartphone.
The Mississippi State University WE Lead (Women Empowered Leadership) Conference website uses modern response-width styles to adapt the content to almost any screen size.
The design incorporates custom graphic materials including the logo, avatar, and social media banner created to specifically attract high school women. In addition, the site implements a streamlined online conference registration process, benefiting both students and organizers.
Story-telling video content to engage viewers and powerfully convey a message.
Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience for people with special needs ages 16 and older sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. On one night, February 12, 2016, more than 200 host churches in 48 states and 7 countries hosted Night to Shine. More than 70,000 volunteers and 32,000 honored guests shared the same amazing prom experience on the same night around the world.
The Night to Shine video tells the story of Huntsville, Alabama's 2016 Night to Shine event hosted by First Baptist Huntsville.
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