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MultiMedia for Non-Profit Attraction Site

The Berndt Group worked with the National Aquarium in Baltimore (NAIB) to refresh its homepage by adding a Flash component.

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Content Managed Multimedia Trip Planner Application

The Berndt Group worked with the National Aquarium in Baltimore (NAIB) to create a content managed, Flash-based Trip Planner application with a high level of graphic design, interactivity and usability.

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Non-Profit Attraction Web site

The Berndt Group worked with the National Aquarium in Baltimore (NAIB) to successfully develop a new web site with more intuitive information architecture and high-end creative design.

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Educational CD-Rom

The Berndt Group designed and developed this interactive, educational multimedia CD-ROM for the National Aquarium in Baltimore (NAIB) under an aggressive one-month timeline.

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On Site Entertainment Kiosk

The Berndt Group created a visually stunning Flash-based interactive kiosk presentation for the National Aquarium in Baltimore (NAIB), as part of the Shark Quest exhibit.

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On Site Entertainment Kiosk

The Berndt Group created a visually stunning Flash-based interactive kiosk presentation for the National Aquarium in Baltimore (NAIB), to promote the reopening of the Dolphin Play show.

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Multimedia Microsite for New Exhibit

The National Aquarium in Baltimore (NAIB) redesigned their web site and tapped The Berndt Group to design the Animal Planet Australia: Wild Extremes section.

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Multimedia Microsite for New Exhibit

The Berndt Group designed the exhibits section of the National Aquarium in Baltimore's (NAIB) web site for "Frogs: A Chorus of Colors," a new interactive exhibit at the Aquarium.

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