Indiana University

Current Clients

Spring 2017

MCCSC Special Ed

The MCCSC Special Ed team is creating a program that helps them automate their scheduling system for the special ed students in the school district.

Community Foundation of Morgan County

The CFMC team is creating a website that is simpler and easier to navigate than their current website to allow users to easily find scholarships and grants. The team is developing a WordPress website that allows for users to interact with an easy and informative website.

Arts Alliance of Greater Bloomington

The Arts and Alliance team is rebuilding their website to hold an active CRM (customer retention management) database for their artists which will serve as a directory for all users that visit their site. The CRM we are using is CiviCRM and we hope to utilize the tools functionality to ease their operational needs as an organization while utilizing it to create a polished end user experience.

Justice Unlocked

The Justice Unlocked team is building them a WordPress website. They have updated their content, in addition to giving them a completely new design for their site. They have laid out the content so that it is easier for the user to read and get the information they need. In addition to the content, they have implemented a LiveChat function so that they can talk to their clients directly about questions they have.

Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District (MCSWCD)

The MCSWCD team are working on Mark-it, a web application that promotes local agriculture by allowing consumers to easily connect with local farmers who are selling their products. Consumers are able to search for a specific product and find up-to-date locations where farmers are selling that product. Farmers are able to advertise their products, sales points, contact information, and whether or not their products are certified as organic or conservationist. The application features secure authentication for farmers, Google Map directions for consumers, and a simple design that performs on devices of all sizes. Mark-It strives to promote more interaction between consumers and farmers in order to raise awareness for local agriculture.

City of Bloomington

The City of BLoominton team has begun to design a guided tour web application for the City of Bloomington. It will be a responsive/mobile web application that features government-curated and guided tours for residents and visitors of Bloomington. The project was inspired by the city’s previous guided tours which are currently in pdf and carbon copy formats. Their goal by creating this web application is to give users a more interactive experience with each tour so they can learn and experience more about Bloomington.