Visit a Few of Our Favorite Websites

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Mosby Heritage Area Association

Engaging Younger audiences with Colorful stories, Photo Galleries, Quizzes, Maps, and More

mosbyheritagearea.org


 
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Smith & Pugh, PLC

Illustrating a law firm's practice areas with a banner gallery and introducing the partners with video FAQs

smithpugh.com


 
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Cochran's Stone Masonry

case studies and Sarah Huntington's photography spotlight the consummate craftsmanship of Allen Cochran

cochransstonemasonry.com


 
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The Lincoln Studios

Launching a team of documentary filmmakers with a comprehensive, mobile responsive site

thelincolnstudios.com


 
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Friends of Thomas Balch Library

Building a flexible new platform, organizing extensive content, and making the most of arresting archival images

balchfriends.org


 
 

Starting with an antiquated platform requiring complex coding to accommodate simple changes, we created a content-rich but easy-to-update Squarespace site with responsive design. One of the site's many resource pages, below, illustrates our use of typography to indicate levels of information and links. Historic images from Thomas Balch Library's archives serve as banners for site sections.

 
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Huntington Resiliency Training

an online presence for a new professional enterprise

huntingtonresiliency.com


 
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Carol E. Harkrader, M.D.

     a Client's Site with Responsive Design and new images by sarah huntington photography

drcarolharkrader.com


 
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Douglas C. Whitesell Antique Clock Restoration

in the works: Creating an online presence for a master clocksmith with photography by Sarah Huntington


 

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Sarah Huntington Photography

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There's nothing more compelling than a face. To capture our clients, we turn to Sarah Huntington, above, who for 10 consecutive years has been voted "Best Photographer in Loudoun County, Virginia" by the readers of Loudoun Today. Several of her portraits are shown here. You'll find a wider array of her work throughout this website.

The Lincoln Studios

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Sarah also shoots original video for The Launch Site's  websites. An expert storyteller, she works with her Lincoln Studio partners, Drew Babb (above, left) and Peter Buck (center), to produce video about businesses, their work, and the teams behind them; video FAQs designed to field visitor inquiries; video "oral histories," tributes, and documentaries.

A native of South Carolina and a graduate of the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C., Sarah works on location and in her studio in Middleburg, Virginia.

Sample Videos:

Documentary: The Last Hardware Store

 

Coming Soon:

A Business's Story: Cochran's Stone Masonry

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Thomas Balch Library Oral History: Howard Allen, Photographer

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Longley Communications, LLC

For professional website content, annual reports, newsletters, email campaigns, blogs, white papers, and more, recruit Laura Longley.

The images below represent a few of the publications she has written, edited, and published in print and digital format for a wide range of organizations. Her work includes seven books and 150 Sunday magazine issues for The Washington Post as well as fundraising, marketing, and educational content she developed over a decade as communications director of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. For her full bio, click on the LinkedIn icon below.

 

Representative work above: The Washington Post Magazine, Business Week special section on The Kennedy Center, The Washington Post Guide to Washington, Keeping Posted: 100 Years of News from The Washington Post, Gaining the Arts Advantage (first national study on arts education in the nation's schools), Of the Press, By The Press, For the Press (one of three books on the news business), General Motors publication on The Kennedy Center, The Kennedy Center News Magazine, America's Civil War, website content and blogs for Coventry Direct: Life Insurance Settlements, website content for the conference management firm Events by Design, blogs for INMED Partnerships for Children, content for The Waterford Foundation website, annual report for the New Israel Fund, NPR annual report, white paper on the Affordable Care Act, Purcellville (Virginia) Business Association website and email marketing, National Geographic feature on Iowa's Amana Colonies, oral history transcripts of 100 U.S. Marine Corps generals, Friends of Thomas Balch Library quarterly newsletter.