Squishymedia works with the public sector and non-profits to create websites and applications that are usable, inviting, and human-focused.
We would love to work with you.
Every year the Denver area encourages its citizens to bike to work for a day. Companies form teams in a friendly competition, and folks organize bike stations, group rides and other events. The challenge is to coordinate all these details in a seamless fashion, to keep the focus where it belongs—on bikes and community.
Squishymedia had two months to plan, build and launch this robust public-facing hub. We put our heads together and developed a Drupal site that deftly handles the ongoing registration of coordinators, companies, organizers and riders, as well as the creation and dynamic display of a variety of activities. Staff can oversee all online aspects of the annual event using a customized admin interface, and company coordinators are able to organize their teams—including t-shirt orders—through the site.
Bike To Work Day
Denver Regional Council of Governments
CA-LCC is federally-funded conservation collaborative, and they needed a modern, easy-to-update website to better serve their community-based efforts. They had many worthy projects, events and resources under their belts that were aching to be shared with peers and other agencies.
California Landscape Conservation Coop.
Squishymedia has been creating amazingly useful websites and mobile applications for the public sector since 2001. Our expertise helps government agencies meet their communicative objectives effectively, affordably, elegantly, and on time.GSA Schedules e-Library GS-35F-0209T (gsa.gov) — GSA Schedule 70 Services Overview, PDF
Do you need to communicate specific information to a diverse audience?
Do you need to wrangle your data into an easy-to-use content management system (CMS)?
Do you need your web and mobile information systems to make workflow easier for your staff and users?
How can we help you communicate?
We work with clients
to inform, to educate, & to empower.
Why don't you come see us?
Offices in the historic American Brush building in
beautiful Portland, Oregon