Category Archives: Development
StaySafeOnline.org launches updated and expanded section: National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), conducted every October since 2001, is a national public awareness campaign to encourage everyone to protect their computers and our nation’s critical cyber infrastructure. This year’s theme is “Our Shared Responsibility”. The expanded section now contains an events calendar, links to become an official endorser, and collateral material downloads. Also check out the newly redesigned Top Tips page.
We couldn’t be happier with the feedback we’ve been getting on the success of the Uplifting Athletes site. We are please to announce that they have added a new chapter to their cause and site… Boston College Adding the new chapter to their existing site was fairly easy since we’re using Drupal to manage the site. We look forward to adding many more chapters to the site in the near future.
Another successful launch! The Software & Information Industry Association launched its redesigned web site last week (SIIA.net). Mediabarn was privileged to have partnered with SIIA to help with the user experience, design and development of the site. The project was definitely a team effort, with Mediabarn joining forces with not only SIIA, but Metisc as well, a Joomla! shop in Australia. Loved the early morning status calls! The new SIIA.net is not only more organized with a cleaner design, but also has a dynamic site structure that can easily be expanded on. Just about all of the site is driven … Continue reading
A little under 6-months after delivering the initial site redesign for the National Cyber Security Alliance‘s StaySafeOnline.org site, we’ve done it again. The initial project utilized an existing design from another firm. Mediabarn made some minor tweaks to the existing designs focusing on content organization and usability issues. We developed the site in Drupal, an open-source CMS, launching in late 2008. Since the initial launch we have continued to support NCSA with their site content needs and adding several bits of new functionality. The latest redesign brings a major new face lift to the site without changing the overall structure … Continue reading