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Macon Magic

tile.jpgCollege Hill, in the heart of Macon, Georgia, has been experiencing a renaissance in recent years, and has become a case study in revitalization of economically-depressed areas. The Knight Foundation has been heavily involved in the turnaround, and released a report last week to share eleven lessons learned that can help other similar communities. Written and reported by veteran radio journalist Dan Grech, the report offers great insight, and we were thrilled to be able to bring it to life online and in print.

Ultravirgo wins two Health + Wellness Design awards

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We don't often enter award shows, preferring to put our focus on gaining recognition from our clients. But we take the design of health materials very seriously, and are proud to have two of our projects included among the 135 winners chosen in the inaugural Health + Wellness Design Awards.

Now more mobile

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If you're reading our site on your phone, you should be finding it a little easier to navigate now. We've recently refreshed the layouts for small devices and tablets. While it's not a ground-up responsive rewrite, we have used RWD principles to help adapt the layout to smaller screens. Enjoy!

Welcome back to school!

It's that time of year again - when the long, lazy days of summer become long, productive days in school or at the office. While it can be a hard transition, it is also one of looking forward to the great achievements to come. In that spirit, we just launched a new video for our friends at Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, celebrating California schools.

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Creating tools to communicate vital health info

As part of their mission to improve quality of life for the one million people in the US living with Parkinson's Disease, the National Parkinson Foundation asked us to help create an educational series about living with the disease. Titled What You and Your Family Should Know About Parkinson's, the series is designed to empower local chapters and partners to produce ongoing educational events for patients, caregivers, and family members.

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Putting the education in education law

When we built the first website for Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost (affectionately known as F3) back in 2007, they were a young law firm with a handful of attorneys. In the ensuing years, they have grown in size (over 60 attorneys in six offices), services, and reputation - becoming the leading education law firm in California, and counting roughly half of the school districts in California as clients. 

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Upcoming speaking dates

I (Patrick) will be speaking about our launch of Mymo at a few upcoming events.

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Spirit of ABNY 2014

Last week, the 2014 Spirit of ABNY Awards honored those who have provided a distinguished level of service to New York City. Produced by the ABNY Foundation (affiliated with the Association for a Better New York), this was our third year producing materials for the event, and we love helping recognize the best of our city.

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Mymo in Offscreen

We've been fortunate to get some great press on the launch of Mymo. But there's still something about print, and it's extra special when the coverage comes from a publication you love to read anyway. So, we were thrilled to be included in issue No. 8 of Offscreen magazine. Offscreen is a beautiful, independent mag that tells the stories of the people behind online businesses. 

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United Nations ICPD Programme of Action

Twenty years ago, 179 countries met in Cairo to adopt a forward-looking 20-year plan to address the population issues of the early 21st century. The resulting ICPD Programme of Action was remarkable in its recognition that reproductive health and rights, as well as women's empowerment and gender equality, are cornerstones of population and development programmes. The visionary plan is rooted in principles of human rights and became the steering document of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

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