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From barren asphalt lots to vibrant schoolyards

Posted by    |   February 4th, 2011   |   No Comments

In our 12 years of creating websites, we at Insight Designs have loved working with non-profits. It’s humbling to see how so many organizations are doing amazing things – big and small – to impact our world in wonderful ways.

Over the past nine months, we’ve had the pleasure of working with the Boston Schoolyard Initiative (BSI), a non-profit that since 1995 has reclaimed more than 130 acres of barren asphalt and converted them into 78 vibrant schoolyards throughout the city of Boston. These schoolyards provide more room for kids to play safely outside, but they also allow teachers space to try new creative approaches to outdoor learning.

You can find out more about BSI on their new website –, which we designed and developed for them. Carlos Real and Keith Harper created the visual design. Ellie Childs did the design implementation and site production. Evan Kuo programmed the custom content management tools, including the project portfolio, photo gallery, news features, and more. Mike Kohn handled QA and training. And yours truly did site architecture and project management. Definitely a great team effort.

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