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Non-Profit Attraction Web site

As part of their free admission initiative, The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) approached The Berndt Group for a user-friendly web site that featured superior design worthy of its sophisticated and art-appreciating visitors.

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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

When it was time for the Maryland Science Center (MSC) to rethink its current site, the organization turned to its web agency of record, The Berndt Group.

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Non-Profit Attraction Web site

The Berndt Group built a pro bono site for the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) that sought to establish AVAM as a premiere museum of visionary art, with a focus on high end, interactive, cutting edge graphic design.

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Definitive Online Museum & Research Tool

The Berndt Group worked with the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University to create a definitive online museum and research tool about the life of one of the most remarkable U.S. presidents.

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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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Socially Committed Non-Profit Web site

The Berndt Group partnered with Arts Every Day to build a web site in conjunction with a new program that connects Baltimore students with arts.

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Non-Profit Education Web Site

The Berndt Group worked with nonprofit organization, Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance (AEMS), to redesign its web site, pro bono.

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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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Government Agency Web site

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) wanted to reach a broader audience with its web site and hired The Berndt Group to improve their site's information architecture and create a completely new visual design and brand for the institution.

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Arts Non-Profit Web site

The Berndt Group designed this pro bono web site to give School 33 a competitive presence among other cultural institutions.

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Art House Theatre Web site

For years, The Berndt Group provided pro bono services to The Charles Theatre, a much-loved Baltimore art theatre and landmark.

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Museum Web site

The Berndt Group kicked off 2006 with a pro bono site for The Contemporary Museum.

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Non-Profit Arts Venue Web site

The Berndt Group created a web site for The Creative Alliance, to coincide with the opening of the Alliance's new facility in the restored historic Patterson Theater in Highlandtown.

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Arts Venue Web site

Working with Clear Channel Entertainment, The Berndt Group developed a web site to promote the grand opening of the newly renovated Hippodrome Theatre, reborn as The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center.

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Online Service about the Arts in Maryland

The Berndt Group developed Maryland ArtSource, a large scale, highly ambitious project that resulted in a premier online service for the arts (contemporary and historic) in Maryland.

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Non-Profit Arts Venue & Attraction Web site

The Berndt Group worked closely with Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts to create a web site with high-end design, that was representative of all that Maryland Hall has to offer.

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Non-Profit Attraction Web site

The Berndt Group undertook this large-scale, ambitious project with an accelerated timeline, that resulted in the successful development of a new, more intuitive information design and high-end creative design for the Maryland Science Center's web site.

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Arts Non-profit Web site

The Berndt Group worked with Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation (MAAF) to give their web site a facelift.

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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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Content Managed Registration and eCommerce Application

The Berndt Group created a content managed registration solution for Glen Echo Park so the organization could manage memberships, donations and class registrations online.

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