Web Design

Open Media Foundation designs and develops 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.

The Animal Assistance Foundation is committed to making Colorado exemplary in animal welfare and philanthropy for animal welfare. This website offers information about our grant focus areas and how to prepare grant applications as well as news about what is going on in the animal welfare community in Colorado and about the fantastic work our partners are doing.

The Andre Center provides clinical education/navigation for women and men diagnosed with breast cancer. Their services improve access to treatment, coordination of care, and promote strong trusting relationships with the health care team.

Podslam.org is a new-media virtual community created to experience, share, and rate performances by today's hottest poets and spoken-word artists with the energy and currency of a traditional poetry slam, but without the limits of space or time. Enjoy it on your computer, cell phone, PSP or your iPod.

The nonprofit Bell Policy Center works to help individuals and families access opportunity and move toward self-sufficiency by promoting research and responsible advocacy. In order to engage the community into action, the Bell relies on the efficient and effective distribution of their policy information.

Colorado Humanities inspires the people of Colorado to explore ideas and to appreciate our diverse cultural heritage.

Meaningful health care change will result when employers voice their opinions and are fully engaged in reforming the health care system. Creating a sustainable health care system will positively impact businesses and the community at large.

Keep 'em Reel is a video transfer, editing & storage business that can take old tapes and make them easily viewed over & over again!

Whether they are miniDV tapes, VHS tapes or even film reels, we take it all. We can turn them into DVDs that can easily be played on your home DVD player, computer, or even shared over the internet. Complete with menus and music.

Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Woodbine Ecology Center is a unique educational center that offers courses, workshops, and events. Only 6½ miles west of the town of Sedalia, CO, and 40 miles south of Denver, Woodbine's 61 acres offer a mix of alpine, prairie, and riparian ecosystems.

The Denver Foundation's online verson of their annual report. This website mimicked the design of the printed annual report.

BHP's goal is to make living in Boulder possible and affordable, regardless of your income. We offer rental programs with rents from a low of $50 per month to rents just below the market. We are both affordable housing builders and buyers, and we manage housing vouchers for 730 families.

All Coloradans should have access to quality, affordable health care coverage

Nearly 47 million Americans, including over 800,000 Coloradans, are living without health insurance. Most are in working families. With increases in health care costs rapidly outpacing wages, health care coverage is simply out of reach for many Coloradans -- no matter how hard they work.

Colorado Progressive Coalition focuses in four program areas statewide: Racial Justice, Health Justice, Economic Justice, and Civic Engagement. With offices in Greeley, Pueblo, and Denver, they help build a stronger progressive movement in Colorado. CPC's mission is to ensure that our political and economic democracy works for everyone -- not just the wealthy or well-connected.

Incorporated in 2002, CPA is the 501(c)-4, lobbying arm of the Colorado Progressive Coalition (CPC).

The Inclusiveness Project serves Metro Denver nonprofits by providing tools and support in order to transform how people connect with one another across the boundaries of culture and to make that an ongoing part of their work.

Let Us Rise seeks to catalyze a movement of people to create systems and cultures rooted in love, compassion, truthfulness, personal responsibility and democratic participation.

2040 Partners for Health is a learning community facilitating, informing, and assessing community-based research projects, health-related programs, and relevant policies through a partnership with Northeast Denver Metro Area communities (East Montclair, Park Hill, Northeast Park Hill, Northwest Aurora, and Stapleton), the University of Colorado, and the Stapleton Foundation, to advance the heal

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