Houston MET Dance, has moved and is now operating within their beautiful new space at 2808 Caroline. Go check it out! Summer classes for adults and children run through August. Houston MET Dance is a Houston treasure. Please help keep it that way: Donate.Seeking Production/CSS Freelancers
Squidz Ink Design is looking for reliable webby freelancers to render designs to graphics/CSS. Familiarity with WordPress themes and a little PHP is a plus. Could progress to some design or dev as well. Call or visit the contact page.Squidz Ink Has Moved!
Please note the new address:
Squidz Ink Design, Inc.
1005 E 27th Street
Houston, TX 77009
TR Moore’s Blogsight is already a AMA Crystal Award finalist and the kudos keep piling on. The Houston chapter of the IABC has awarded Blogsight an Award of Merit in its annual Bronze Quill competition.MHA Houston Needs You!
Mental Health America of Greater Houston’s Treasures of Texas Gala 5/24 is a salute to our soldiers. As we all know, our military personel endure great mental and physical hardships when deployed in conflict zones such as Afghanistan and Iraq. Please help MHA help all Houstonians, soldiers and civilians alike, by considering a donation.
The Midtown District site has been relaunched with some minor design changes and a full backend overhaul. We’d previously been running the Midtown site with DMLCo on the home-grown DMLContent system. After over 10 years, DMLContent is inching to its “sunset.” It served us quite well for a long time. The new site now runs on WordPress. We’ve also added some new features.
At the end of 2012, we completed our 5th edition of CHILDREN AT RISKS’s bi-annual publication Growing Up in Houston: Assessing the Quality of Life of Our Children. The publication has truly been one of our greatest achievements. The pace is fast and furious. The information the publication delivers is critical and the issues addressed, such as human trafficking, should not be ignored.
American Friends of Guinea (AFG) was working with Squidz Ink on their new website…but during the process, it became clear to us the AFG logo needed some help. The challenges were to keep the brand reasonably recognizable for Guineans, make the brand more concise in the process. There were also cultural challenges to consider.