WORK

Leveraging our 20+ years experience we provide custom design and development solutions that elevate user experience and cement customer loyalty.  At the beginning of every project, we sit down with our client and learn about their business' mission, personality, customers and the role of the web site in achieving organizational objectives.

CASE STUDIES

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CASE STUDY 1:
COVID Case Management & Contact Tracing Online Learning- (NNDITC)

When the pandemic hit, the Centers for Disease Control had an urgent and immediate need to train skilled public health workers in COVID case management and contact tracing. Huge Media, in partnership with their client UCSF rapidly developed a Learning Management System (LMS) based on their custom LMSs developed over the years for various public health organizations.

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CASE STUDY 2:
E-commerce and searchable databases for the Workers Compensation Insurance Industry in California (WCIRB)

Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California, responsible for determining workers compensation rates and providing education for CA employers, faced bottlenecks when their website had to be updated, and the website couldn’t support the breadth of what needed to be offered to customers.

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CASE STUDY 3:
Centralized Learning Management System for 10 Public Health Training Centers

Both the Denver and California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center needed a online system to handle listing courses and registrations for classroom and online classes, and to automate the complicated reporting process to the Federal government. 

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CASE STUDY 4:
Bioterrorism Emergency Response for 14 Bay Area Counties (Bay Area Disaster Meds)

Fourteen Bay Area Public Health departments needed a website to assist in distributing antibiotics to the greater Bay Area public in the event of a large-scale public health emergency such as a bioterrorism event or a disease outbreak. 

Clients

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