The Trail Alliance uses a Wordpress site to rally support for their efforts to preserve the Pack Monadnock environment.
Windy Hill utilizes a spare, clean design which focuses on their architectural designs.
Plowshare maintains an event calendar and a number of slideshows chronicling their seasonal activities.
The church needed restricted areas for "members only" access. A number of users roles limit editing access to appropriate areas of the site.
They have an integrated Google Calendar of events.
PFM uses e-commerce to promote and sell tickets for their performances. Embedded Youtube videos feature performers songs to help generate interest.
A "will call" list of ticket sales is available for checking at the door.
A Mailchimp subscription form is also integrated on the site to facilitate their email marketing.
Mary uses her website as a brochure introducing herself and her services to her clients.
Hampshire uses a number of photo galleries to showcase their model homes.
GSRS requires multiple user access capabilities for staff, race directors and admins.
Race results are fed from a number of sites and a Facebook feed updates their latest news.
Craig uses a minimalist design to focus on his marquetry.
He also maintains an event calendar for his shows.
A user managed site to advocate for postal service reform.
BJB wanted an eccommerce site where participants could register for an upcoming event and view a slideshow of their activities after it had occurred.
They also needed a variety of contact forms to register for a waitlist, request a scholarship, etc.
Noone Falls makes extensive use of slideshows to showcase their condominium and commercial properties.