Our Work

Hudson-Bergen Light Rail

The website for NJ TRANSIT’s Hudson-Bergen Light Rail needed to be multi-functional as well as multilingual. Requiring a visually appealing format, it also needed to provide station and schedule information to the user base. WSITS created a Website that encouraged a sense of community. With "Club Light Rail" as the centerpiece, the MyLightRail.com and MiMejorMovida.com (Spanish version) websites provided discounts and promoted local events that would be of interest to community members who live within the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system. Read More

Imaginary Friend Donation Application

Highlighting viral video commercials created by Horizon’s staff, the Facebook application gives the platform for users to share the videos with their friends. How is this incentivized? Every time a user shares the "imaginary friend" video with a real friend, 25 cents is donated by Horizon to a local branch of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Read More

Live Where You Work

The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Association needed to spread the word about its programs to assist homebuyers. WSITS proposed video testimonials with families who would otherwise have been unable to purchase their home without the financial assistance provided. Read More

Louis Berger Group

WSITS built a microsite for the Louis Berger Group that showcases videos we produced of the firm’s employees describing their work in some of the work’s most fragile states. The videos were shot in front of a green screen to allow for seamless integration into the microsite’s framework. Read More

Mainstream Greenhome

WSITS created a tech-savvy addition to the Mainstream Greenhome website, which we also built. A Flash-based tour of the home showcases the numerous levels of detail in the construction as well as the "green" features such as insulation and geothermal loops. Read More

Malaria Progress

WSITS was tasked with revamping and relaunching malariaprogress.org by redesigning a new home page, introducting the Special Envoy’s content to the site (which was previously housed on another site), and building the relaunched site in an open-source content management system. Information, Flash maps and news items were consolidated for the two entities on the front end of the site. The CMS was built to ensure easy updating for site administrators, which included allowing for simple updates to dynamic Flash-based maps and malaria coverage projections modules. Read More

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