Our Work  is our life

BrightStone (website)
BrightStone (website)
BrightStone (website)

BrightStone  serving middle Tennessee

The Setup:

Founded in 1999 by a group of special educators, parents of adults with developmental disabilities, and a caring community, BrightStone provides a comprehensive work, and social support (as well as a future residential setting) for adults with special needs, expanding their potential and helping them develop mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. In 2008, BrightStone asked JLB to help take its message to the “whole Web world.”

JLB’s Solution:

After visiting BrightStone and learning about its commitment to assisting in the life journey of adults who live each day with a developmental disability, Team JLB created the “first” BrightStone website. Flash forward four years, and we have just unveiled the new and improved website for this one-of-a-kind organization.

With a well-established Information Architecture, a strategic graphic design, and a powerful Content Management System, the 2012 BrightStone site promises to help officials, families, and donors find the information they want and easily support the mission. From slideshows to a news blog to an online store, the new website aims to boost this longstanding, local treasure and to keep it at the forefront of modern Web technology.

Deliverables:

  • website graphic design
  • website engineering (html, css, php)
  • website content management system
  • online shopping

Comments:

“The JLB Team was delightful to work with. They listened to what we liked, what we didn’t like, and our wish list. They were able to provide a top-notch website that met our budget, one that we are very proud of and excited to work with!

“They coached us, encouraged us, listened to our questions and comments, and above all, exhibited great patience as we worked together through the process. We thank them for giving us a beautiful and extremely functional web presence!”
–Tina Majors, Director of Fund Development

Site:

www.brightstone.org