websites, design, brochures, publications, and typesetting supporting the academic community
The first series of these maps was produced in color, but as the primary purpose was for a book on Jewish Life in Soviet Ukraine, it was decided that they needed to be clear and legible using only shades of gray. The series of maps was drawn using several source maps – some with hand-drawn reference points.
Now a user-friendly site that invites return visits, the West European Studies program expanded their web presence with a detailed events calendar, video, audio podcasts and an independent RSS feed. All of these features were configured to be updated by non-web-trained department personnel. We created a detailed manual for changing and expanding the site with examples of how to make changes using frequently-changed pages of the site and screenshots of the updating software used at WEST. Completed in 2010.
An open-source content managment system powers this significant, feature-rich website. Changes can be made by administrative and clerical personnel using the web-based administration site. Password-protected sections of the site offer content tailored to students and teachers. The site also features the ability to present Chinese characters throughout the site without using additional specialized software or fonts. Completed in 2010.
Before we made the site we conducted focus groups with current undergraduate and graduate students to get ideas about what students were seeking in a departmental site, and in choosing where to go to school. The site is designed to be easy for faculty and departmental staff to independently update their sections. There's also focused and persuasive information that we created for prospective students. Completed in 2008.
We rebuilt and redesigned the Kinsey home page to provide clear and easy access to the content, making it easy to update in the process. We worked with the communications director and web committee to be sure that the home page created the right expression of what the Kinsey Institute is all about. Completed in 2008.
Our first step is to learn a lot about a field. In this case the field is library software for cataloging vast quantities of electronic-rights-managed journals, music, pictures and software.
It's always hard to stand out in a trade magazine, and even harder to write relevant copy that speaks to people in that trade, but it's the only way to get your ads to actually work.
More than a quarter-century of experience working for publishers such as Indiana University Press, World Wisdom Books, and Banta & Pool; working with a wide range of texts from poetry to feminist semiotics to novels.
A website in support of Willis Barnstone's translation of the four gospels of the New Testament and the book of Revelation. The site brings together extensive quotes from the book with critical comments and links to reviews and interviews.
From simple to complex manuscripts – from romanized sanscrit to medieval French in translation, our typesetting capabilities know no bounds. We pride ourselves on accuracy and on-time production.
This translation of the Book of Revelation with extensive footnoting was designed for reading and researching from a regular screen, a touch screen, or on a tablet computer.
Black and white graphics suggest the speed and sophistication of electronic document delivery.
A distinctive and unmistakable logo for a monthly publication and film series.
BCS has produced dozens of brochures and catalogs to promote books and journals.