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Alzheimer's care by Arbor Place, website by yours truly.

Today's Washington Post has a terrific article on one of my new clients: "They Can Dance to It: One Small but (Alas) High-Priced Facility Is Taking New Steps in Alzheimer's Care". Arbor Place is run by a wonderful couple who also happen to be the parents of one of my previous clients. Last week I got an email from them saying they had a big article on them to be published today, and could I create a new, rich-media website for them in five days?

Yup. Check it out: is a beautiful little site with a great set of photos, some neat Flash animations (including a Flash-powered background music widget). We're already talking about nifty additions for version two, but the site goes a long way towards bringing the vibrancy and "homeyness" of the place to the web.

With luck, I'll have some more projects to unveil here this week. Stay tuned.


5 days??! Good god! You must be super human!

btw, I just discovered Can you say giant sucking thing? ("Hey, where did the last 5 hours go??")

Did I mention those five days also included a round-trip voyage to Ohio and two days spent flat on my back, sick as a dog?

Well done, Junior. Very nice work!

This looks great, Geoff. Love the intro, love the font choices, love the general layout. :)

I also have to admit that I chuckled at the caption, "Alzheimer's living can be fun?" Maybe that makes me a horrible person, but it just made me smile.

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