Year-End Wrap-Up and Plans for 2012
It’s been an exciting year in 2011 and a lot has happened. Our blog and social media pages have suffered from inactivity in recent weeks, but that doesn’t mean that nothing is going on behind the scenes.
We’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about Blue Goose and what we want it to become. So please don’t feel like we’ve been intentionally neglecting our online visitors.
With a lot of the planning stages already behind us, we’re ready to jump in to 2012 with new energy and focus. Have a look at what we’ve done so far and what are plans are for the future.
McClain Marketing and Interactive: Early this year, Blue Goose partnered with McClain Marketing and Interactive. They researched our company and the people we work with and from that research gave us a new brand identity. Our new logo won a Silver Broderson Award in October and now McClain is in the process of completely redesigning our website and blog. It should roll out around February or March, so check back then!
Ms. Wheelchair Maine: We produced our first documentary project, Small Adaptations, this past summer. Monica Quimby, Ms. Wheelchair Maine 2011, is an amazingly motivated woman and has a really uplifting story to tell. The film was featured in the Portland Maine Film Festival in October. Watch it here if you haven’t already.We are currently in the process of documenting her journey to get back into skiing. We’ll be releasing short web episodes to follow her progress so look for them soon.
Multimedia Internship Program: We’ve really refined what our internship program is and have some exciting projects in store. Information needs to be interactive and exciting, so our internship program is giving students and recent graduates the chance to apply their own creativity to create fun and interactive video content that will keep our website fresh and exciting.
As you can see, there is a lot going on and a lot that will change in the next few months. Please check in on us every once and a while; our new website is going to offer some really exciting resources that will educate and entertain; you’ll definitely want to see them. Again, thank you for sticking with us while we grow. We promise it will be worth the wait.