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Archive: March2013

Happy 14 Insight Designs!

Posted by    |   March 5th, 2013   |   No responses

14Fourteen. Not much interesting about that number - except that Insight Designs is celebrating our 14th birthday this month. That's right. Way back in March 1999, we started making custom websites and web applications. The industry has changed a lot since then. Can you say mobile? Can you say native app? Can you say WordPress, Magento, Drupal, plugin, extension? But we still love what we do: Helping clients find the most effective ways to communicate with their customers, members, investors and donors. Creating intuitive, easy-to-use applications and interfaces. Building relationships. And making a positive difference in our community and our world. Thanks to all of you who've helped us along the way! Here's hoping we have many more years together on this wonderful adventure.
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“A Place at the Table” opens in theaters nationwide today

Posted by    |   March 1st, 2013   |   No responses

A Place At The Tableplaceattable, an award-winning documentary film created by Insight Designs client Catalyst Films, opens in theaters across the US today, including Denver's Landmark Mayan at 110 Broadway. It's also available on iTunes and On Demand. Don't miss it! The feature-length film examines the shocking paradox of hunger in the wealthiest nation on earth. Despite our country having the means to provide affordable, nutritious food for all Americans, one in four children, or 50 million Americans, don't know where their next meal is coming from, and often when that meal does come, it's filled with empty calories. Directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush take a look at the issue through the stories of three Americans who face food insecurity daily. NY Daily News says it's "as important and eye-opening a documentary as you'll see this year." And LA Times called it "the essential documentary." Kudos to Kristi and her team for an amazing job. Learn more about the film at Find ways to take action to end hunger in America at And if you didn't already see Kristi and Lori interviewed on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, check it out now. Their interview starts at the 13-minute mark.
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