Web Design

Open Media Foundation designs websites that help nonprofit and government organizations build a stronger community around their mission. With a process fine-tuned over hundreds of projects in the past decade we are experts at creating easy-to-maintain sites that produce real world impact.

Below you can see more about projects we have completed for our current and past clients. To learn more about what we do, read about our process and request a quote online.

Find your next outdoor adventure! Get Outdoors Kansas (GOK) is the latest implementation of OMF's platform for the recreational and outdoor activity sector. Get Outdoors Kansas leverages and extends functionality originally built for Get Outdoors Colorado.

The Piton Foundation, as part of Gary Community Investments, has always been committed to supporting children and families by fostering community and providing youth and early childhood developmental opportunities.

The Second Wind Fund (SWF) believes that every child and youth at risk of suicide should have access to the mental health treatment they need. They match youth at risk for suicide with licensed therapists in their communities.

Accessibility and opportunity are the foundation of the Creating Transitions (CT) program. By providing highly custom and individualized programs, CT teaches valuable life and social skills to young adults with mild to moderate developmental and intellectual disabilities to help them transition into adult life.

Colorado Data Engine is an open source hub that unlocks neighborhood scale public data in a standardized, geolocated format. You can download data sets, upload your own data, and create your own applications for the common good.

Imagine a Boulder where everyone could live. For over forty eight years Boulder Housing Partners (BHP) has worked to create equitable housing, vibrant communities and opportunity for change in people’s lives. BHP builds, owns and manages 33% of the total inventory of affordable housing in Boulder.

Nobody makes it unless we make it together. The Gary Community Investment Company (GCI) and The Piton Foundation blend business and philanthropy to create opportunities for those who need it most.

Education should never stop at the classroom door. Campus Compact of the Mountain West (CCMW) works with universities throughout the western US to ensure that the graduates of today are civically engaged and passionate about community service.

Informed and well coordinated maritime communities are fundamental to creating safe waters globally. Oceans Beyond Piracy (OBP) is a project of the One Earth Future Foundation, a Colorado non-profit that envisions a world beyond war through developing effective, multi-stakeholder systems of governance. OBP mobilizes maritime community stakeholders, develops public-private partnerships at sea and ashore and advocates for international legal change to end maritime piracy.

The Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, commonly referred to as "the Alliance," is a consortium of ten institutions representing thirteen major libraries located in Colorado and Wyoming.

The National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) came to us in 2013 to help them upgrade and revise their High Performance Buildings Database. The database is a unique central repository of in-depth information and data on high-performance, green building projects across the United States and abroad.

The Get Outdoors, Colorado website is an information hub for everything you would need to take advantage of Colorado’s unique environment.  Search for activities through the front page, and choose to filter the results by category, age level, cost and location.

Do you love the outdoors? It’s time to give back! Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) is a Colorado non-profit that activates citizens to become engaged stewards of the outdoors.VOC operates a statewide volunteer program that brings together individuals of all ages, interests and backgrounds to work in wildfire and flood restoration, trail building and maintenance, tree planting and reforestation, and much more.

The Colorado County Officials and Employees Retirement Association (CCOERA) is a non-profit association formed in 1968 by Colorado state statute. CCOERA’s sole purpose is to provide retirement benefits to employees of Colorado local governments. CCOERA's new website is an upgrade from their previous site, which required all content updates to be made through FTP to the website server.

We want a world that values all sexualities and gender identities. The Colorado Anti-Violence Program (CAVP) eliminates violence against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) communities throughout Colorado. CAVP provides programming that supports the well-being of those impacted by violence, creating opportunities for healing and transformation. CAVP trains and educates community organizations, victim advocates and other service providers to facilitate institutional and cultural shifts towards LGBTQ inclusivity. Branching Seedz of Resistance (BSEEDZ), CAVP’s youth-led project, breaks cycles of violence affecting LGBTQ young people through community organizing, arts, media and direct action.

Rush Soccer is a nonprofit organization that brings volunteer coaches and soccer players together in individual clubs around the world.

Freespeech.org has been supported and maintained by our web team for the past few years, giving our developers a unique perspective on what features and functionality would improve the FSTV online experience.

The Employment Gateway website is built in Drupal 7 and features user pages for clients that are served by a local nonprofit in Denver, CO dedicated to help support their employment opportunities.

The Open Media Project Software is part of a 10-year-old initiative to democratize media thorough community run TV stations. The OMP is a set of software tools that enables public access stations to have an online media presence that works with pre-existing workflows.

The Colorado Participation Project (CPP) provides voter information and civic participation resources to nonprofits who serve politically marginalized communities. CPP came to OMF looking for a logo and website to reflect the organization’s personality and mission.

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