The following is a list of selected Web site development projects. These projects range over a span of more than seventeen years and do not represent a complete list of all clients served.
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumer's Association, is a statewide member organization providing information, referrals and supports to people who are receiving services or in recovery from a mental illness in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Peer Support Coalition, is a statewide network of people who use their own experiences with mental health to support others. The Web site provides information on how to become a certified peer support specialist, options for continued education, a job bank and other general resources.
Mountain State Centers for Independent Living, was developed to provide online virtual resources for people who live in rural areas and to provide online access to resources and training for staff and consumers at their three physical locations.
First In Families of North Carolina, helps people with developmental disabilities and their families to create the lives they want now and for the future. Read the Accessibility Statement for FIFNC and the press release to learn more.
The Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Council is a statewide citizens group created to advise OVR. Also read, Accessibility Statement for Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Council site.
ELIA Architecture & Interiors LLC is a full service firm that specializes in planning, architecture and interior design. ELIA Architecture & Interiors LLC, We solve problems through design.
The Bassman, Laserow, Adelman & Weiss, PC is a CPA firm offering a wide range of accounting and financial services to a broad base of small to medium size businesses and individuals.
The West Virginia Fire Safety Resource e-Guide was developed as a training tool to provide fire safety resources and guidelines for West Virginians. The e-Guide addresses the specific needs of people with disabilities and the elderly.
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, a not-for-profit technical society whose purpose is to advance lighting knowledge and disseminate information for the improvement of the lighted environment to benefit society.
Women International Leaders of Greater Philadelphia, a member organization dedicated to women's issues globally and improving the status of women around the world
The Mental Health and Aging Web site assists older adults, their families and caregivers in obtaining mental health services. The site includes resources in the Philadelphia area for older adults. Read the press release to learn more.
The Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania is a nonprofit citizen's organization for adults, children and family members of people with mental illness. They provide numerous programs and supports throughout the Southeastern region of Pennsylvania for people with mental illness.
Coping Skills Project, a program of the Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania, is for kids living with a family member who has a mental illness. The site included quizzes created specifically for teenagers through information learned through MasseyNet led focus groups.
The Parents Involved Network assists parents or caregivers of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. The site includes a guide to resources for children in Philadelphia.
The National Center for Family Support, a project of the Human Services Research Institute, provides training and technical assistance on family support services. They were an early adopter in the area of accessibility as it relates to Web sites.
Saint Mark's Church Philadelphia, was developed to provide a listing of the church's services and events, information about the ministries of Saint Mark's Church, the history of the church and the building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation, a Web site built to be accessible in (x)HTML, is an organization that helps provide financing opportunities for the purchase of assistive technology devices and services.
Liberty Resources, Inc., the third largest Center for Independent Living in the United States, was one of the first Web sites built to be accessible and one of the most comprehensive sites of any center for independent living.
The mission of Family Support Project of UCP of PA [United Cerebral Palsy of Pennsylvania] is to pass legislation for family support services for children with all disabilities. The Family Support Project includes a legislative initiative developed by family members, persons with disabilities and policy makers, to design and implement cross-disability, family-directed support services in Pennsylvania.
Prototypes for an international corporate marketing Web site, which was to be have been produced in seven languages, was built for Lutron, a multi-national corporation and a leader in the lighting control industry internationally.
The Next Generation was a printed publication written by and for teenagers and distributed in the Philadelphia tri-state area.
MasseyNet was the original design and development team for the following award winning sites: