On 10, Dec 2012 | In Web | By Matt
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery engaged DDP to refresh the design of its website presence, and to make it fully responsive for mobile devices. However, the purpose of the site remains the same: to foster and encourage investigative knowledge in Dermatologic Surgery and to promote the highest possible standards in clinical practice, continuing education and research in the field.
As the premier organization for high-quality research and educational innovation in emergency care, the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) creates and promotes scientific discovery, advancement of education, and the highest professional and ethical standards for clinicians, educators, and researchers.
On 01, Dec 2011 | In Web | By Matt
With a membership of nearly 5,400 physicians, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Association was created to promote the educational and professional interests of dermatologic surgeons; provide a vehicle for advocacy and public education efforts on behalf of dermatologic surgeons and their patients; and address socio-economic issues that impact the practice of dermatologic surgery as a specialty. The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Association advocates for patient safety and access to quality care, skin cancer prevention and education, and fair and appropriate office-based surgery regulation.
On 19, Nov 2010 | In Web | By Matt
The 44,000 members of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) rely on the asahq.org website for timely, trustworthy and accurate information 24÷7÷365. Founded in 1905, ASA serves as an educational, research and scientific association of physicians organized to raise and maintain the standards of the medical practice of anesthesiology and improve the care of the patient.
On 05, Oct 2010 | In Web | By Matt
Davis Design Partners designed this new website for .orgSource, a leading Internet consulting firm assisting associations with web strategy, online marketing, communications and knowledge management solutions. Much of the work that .orgSource completes for its clients is done in the trenches—Post-It® Notes, pads of paper, and marking pens in hand—as they research, learn and re-architecture one’s organization, direction, and the purpose of the existing content, functionality and its accessibility.
On 15, Dec 2009 | In Web | By Matt
The 65,000 members of the American Dietetic Association rely on the eatright.org website for timely, trustworthy and accurate information 24÷7÷365. DDP designed a site built around clearly defined constituencies that facilitated access to information using a variety of Web 2.0 user interface technologies. The result is a much more dense and feature-rich website that is accessible and friendly, while purposefully reinforcing the ADA brand.
On 01, Dec 2009 | In Web | By Matt
With a growing membership of over 6,000, and an increasing need to stay competitive, ACFAS wanted to redesign a reposition both their brand and their overall online presence. DDP embraced what was already there—highly qualified surgeons, intelligent and ambitious students, and a public seeking the most accurate and useful foot and ankle information available.
On 01, Oct 2009 | In Web | By Matt
The IT Governance Institute (ITGI)—a nonprofit, independent research arm of global membership association ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association)—along with information architecture and design by DDP, launched Taking Governance Forward, a free online resource that provides a dynamic way for people to learn the latest on governance and join the debate on how to make it work for their organizations.