Intellect Resources LaunchPad
This LaunchPad was built to consolidate all of the web tools that were being used by Intellect Resources, a major health IT consulting, recruiting, and hiring company.  The IR Trainer LaunchPad makes the experience of being a consultant much more user-friendly, since all of the websites that had to be bookmarked or remembered by the consultant are in one place.  Also, staff at the home office can address frequently-asked questions and problematic processes in guides, reminders, and tips that are conveniently only a glance away from the webpage itself!

The official website for the Parkwood community in Durham, NC, the site was designed to simplify and automate office procedures, increase communication within the community and the HOA Board, and introduce interactive functionality that enhances the experience of living in a neighborhood that is truly connected, virtually and in the real world.  The site features cloud storage, Web 2.0 components (including a resident-only message board), password-protection, and many other features to bring the community together. 

Greensboro College Library
The Greensboro College Library website (no longer operational) pulled together all of the online search tools and databases that students and faculty used into one site.  Specialized guides framed the resources, which were arranged alphabetically and by subject. Interactive web tools and Web 2.0 functionality, including social media, automated processes, and cloud storage, also were featured on the site.  The website made life easier for students, faculty, and library staff.

Blue Ridge Santa
The Blue Ridge Santa website makes it easier for Santa to visit children in the High Country of North Carolina. Visitors can view a slideshow gallery of Santa photos, peruse the many services that Santa offers, see Santa's plans (and bookings) in real-time, and then send Santa a note!  This site focuses on simplicity, ease-of-use, and inventive graphics (including a fun animation) to virtually bring visitors right to the North Pole and into Santa's workshop.