At MuseArts, we enjoy making holiday-themed artwork and animation. For many years, we’ve helped this maker of O-rings create fun, holiday-themed e-cards in multiple languages. They’ve featured skating penguins, balancing seals, and this year a scene with holiday decorations viewers can control, gently falling snow, smoke rising from the chimney, and a light-up logo.
MuseArts is getting a brand new web site. This will be our 5th web site since we started MuseArts in 1997. In this iteration, we’re putting into action all the latest tricks we’ve learned over the last several years building web sites for our clients. We decided it was time to give ourselves the makeover […]
BCTV hired MuseArts to re-design their aging website(s) during a major overhaul and expansion of their facilities. We helped them with branding and logo design, business cards, and other promotional graphics. MuseArts also built a full-featured Drupal-based web site, allowing BCTV to distribute online videos via TelVue feeds, display their community alerts and events, distribute […]
It is fun when we get a chance to go back to earlier projects and improve upon our work based on feedback and site use. That was the case with BrattleboroTix, a local ticket selling operation that we helped get up and running years ago. Fast forward a few years and MuseArts was hired to […]
For NHCCM, MuseArts helped develop a re-designed web site for this New Hampshire-based group of media-makers. As part of the project, we did logo repair on their old logo, bringing it back to life with crisp, clean lines in useable formats. Once the new site was launched, MuseArts helped develop custom subscription feeds for member-only […]
Apache Future had two needs when they called MuseArts. The first was an old logo that was getting fuzzy — we were able to re-create the original design using newer software and provide them with a clean, crisp, professional logo. The second was a new web site for the company to better explain the transportation […]
MuseArts was hired to help Synergy, an Austin, Texas parts supplier, quickly create a professional website to help get their online business rolling. This meant helping them connect to third-party data systems and integrating search functions for a pleasant customer experience. Stock images of circuits helped give the site the tech look it required.
We’ve worked with Sharon Myers on many projects, so it was no surprise to find ourselves sitting down to discuss a new site to show off her recent art projects. MuseArts worked with her to create a logo as well as a simple, elegant site with numerous galleries of images of her work, including her […]
Safe & Green is a nonprofit organization devoted to shutting down a nuclear plant and finding safe and green alternative sources of power to replace it. With rapidly approaching organizational deadlines, MuseArts was hired to re-design their site. We began with logo design, giving them a fresh, professional look, then used this to develop their […]
Gray Ghost Inn is a popular destination for those hoping to stay near Mount Snow for a winter vacation. It’s also a popular stop for those traveling by motorcycle. MuseArts designed a new site for the Inn that features its unique history, cozy rooms, and nearby attractions and tours. We also help with online promotions […]