Regional Bus Company Gets A Lift

When we met our friends at the bus company, they were already having problems keeping their website up-to-date. Their web developers, based 200 miles away, were expensive and hard to reach.  Our clients needed help and quickly.  We designed a new site for them and had it up quickly.  The new site made current bus schedules available […]

Fledgling Dance Festival Takes Flight

Our client called us out of the blue one day, asking for help launching a web site for the dance festival she was organizing that summer.  It was a Thursday in March.  We asked when she needed the site.  Monday, she said.  We don’t normally build complete Drupal sites in a weekend, but her urgency was great and […]

Mobile Theme for Private Boarding School Site

Our client’s current web site was beautifully designed but because it lacked a content management system, they had to go through developers far away to make changes.  Moreover, the static layout was not built to display well on mobile devices and they feared they were losing traffic.  They decided to look for local developers to take their […]

Farmers On The Web

Our friends at Deer Ridge Farm have a multi-pronged operation with maple syrup, strawberries, cut flowers, and a summer day camp all contributing to their income stream.  But without a web site, customers had to find them at the weekly farmers’ market to even know about their wares. Armed with a bit of grant money, our clients hired us to […]

Animated Titles for The Pulse of Brattleboro

We recently completed work on an animated title sequence for one of our favorite local TV shows, The Pulse of Brattleboro. The show, created by Joe Bushey and Daryl Pilsbury, explores all aspects of the town by taking the camera to the streets to see what people are doing and saying.

Responsive Classroom Animation

We recently had the pleasure of collaborating on an animated film promoting the Responsive Classroom called “High-Quality Education for Every Child, Every Day” MuseArts did storyboarding, character design, layout and animation for the project, and Vermont Films handled the soundtrack, narration, editing and final production.

Brattleboro History Center

The Brattleboro Historical Society has been online for many years, but needed a new web site that would make it easier for volunteers to update with new photos, events, and virtual exhibits. At the same time, BHS was thinking about opening a new exhibit space on Main Street in downtown Brattleboro and was looking for […]

The Acceptance

MuseArts has jumped back in to stop motion animation with a short, new music video project called The Acceptance. It’s a series of over 1,200 frames of torn paper in motion to accompany an original piece of music by composer and musician Denis Malloy. It was animated by Christopher Grotke.

Online Memberships for Snowmobile Club

This Vermont snowmobile club needed to provide its members with a way to buy and renew trail memberships online. Since the forms were complex — GMTB needs to know about each and every sled registered — a simple contact form wouldn’t do. We set them up with a mobile-friendly WordPress site with the a streamlined […]

A New iBrattleboro

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To celebrate 10 years of citizen journalism in Brattleboro, MuseArts re-designed the pioneering web site iBrattleboro.com to be more useful, better looking, and easier to use for the thousands of people using the site each day. Our goal was to take everything that we liked about the older site and make it better. We added […]