<b>New Web Site</b> <a href="http://www.storiesfromthefield.org" target="_ ">www.StoriesfromtheField.org</a> is now an ASP site, spun off from the MCAI New York Web site <a href="http://www.mcainy.org" target="_ ">www.mcainy.org</a>. We would like a newly designed site that reflects the character of the event it represents, Stories from the Field, the United Nations Documentary Film Festival. We can provide front-end support, site map, storyboarding, and all content; what we need is design and backend development.
<b>New Web Site</b> Media Communications Association International, New York <a href="http://www.mcainy.org" target="_ ">www.mcainy.org</a> has outgrown its ASP beginnings and needs more flexibility to update and rearrange content. As one of 26 MCA-I chapters, we have access to a template used by our parent organization and many of the other chapters – but no obligation to use it. What we would like to do is reflect the identity of the parent organization but have a different architecture. As with the Stories site (above), we can provide front-end support, site map, storyboarding, and all content; what we need is design and backend development.
<i>It would be ideal if these two projects could be done by the same team. We would recognize the designers on both sites and give them sponsor status at our 2008 Stories from the Field film festival. See our 2007 Sponsor Incentive packages <a href="http://www.mcainy.org/common/11040/givinglevels.pdf" target=" ">here</a> for an idea of the kinds of visibility we can offer.</i>