Myriad Launches Data Academy with John Snow International and the Target Center
Myriad has partnered with John Snow International to create a new series of training modules for Ryan White Grantees designed to educate health care providers in data handling best practices. Each module covers a different aspect of data collection, storage, use and reporting to address the entire spectrum of data issues that providers encounter.
View the site: http://www.careacttarget.org/dataacademy/
Myriad Redesigns Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Website
Working with the Marketing and IT departments at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Myriad has redesigned the organizations's website to respond more closely to a carefully designed audience segmentation.
The new design introduces a highly usable interface as well as more well-defined user sections identified by engaging photography and easy to follow navigation cues.
View the site: https://www.harvardpilgrim.org/
Myriad works with European Union and Institute for Human Sciences at Boston University to Create a New International Site
In the interest of opening a dialog between the US and the EU, the BU Institute for Human Sciences wanted to create a website that would be rich with user-published content that would constantly change. This would give visitors to the site a sense of involvement in events and daily life in EU countries. The result, which is growing rapidly, has outpaced all expectations.
View the site: www.bu.edu/euforyou/
Myriad Creates New Brand and Website for Mass 2020
With tremendous growth over several years, Massachusetts 2020 realized the need to create a new brand that reflected its emergence as a leading player in education reform. Myriad began the process by first recommending that the name be shortened to its commonly used form: Mass 2020. Using this new name, Myriad created the Mass 2020 brand, including identity, letterhead, business cards, press kit, corporate brochure, research reports and other publications, as well as the new website.
View the site: http://www.mass2020.org/
USS Constitution Museum Website Goes Online
Myriad has created a new website for the USS Constitution Museum in Charlestown, MA. Having worked with the Museum to create the multiple award-winning printed and interactive versions of All Hands on Deck: Learning Adventures Aboard "Old Ironsides," as well as numerous other online and printed projects, Myriad is deeply familiar with the subject matter and audience that the Museum serves.
The new website offers visitor information, access to the collections, history and background, and a wealth of information about the Museum and the USS Constitution. The site is consistent with the branding program that Myriad has created for the Museum.
Says Myriad Principal Ted Groves: "We've had a long relationship with the USS Constitution Museum, and we're thrilled to be able to apply the brand that we've created for the Museum to the new website. The site will be simple to use, and visually compelling for an audience ranging from educators to overseas visitors to K-12 students."
Myriad is also working with the Museum on several other online and printed initiatives.
View the site (http://www.ussconstitutionmuseum.org)
Myriad Launches New Website for Harvard Center for Cancer Prevention
The Harvard Center for Cancer Prevention, part of the Harvard School of Public Health, has partnered with Myriad to create a new site for the Center, and to add additional features and functionality to the Center's interactive website, "Your Disease Risk."
Myriad has worked with the Center for Cancer Prevention for nearly four years, first designing the existing website, then adapting "Your Cancer Risk" to the more comprehensive "Your Disease Risk." In addition, Myriad Principal Ted Groves has remained consistently involved with the Center in a consulting and advisory role.
Groves said, "This is part of our core mission at Myriad; we firmly believe that we should use our knowledge, experience and skills to contribute to advancing the work of the Center for Cancer Prevention. There's nothing more satisfying than sharing a commitment to a common goal, and being able to work with people who give us the opportunity to make a difference."
Myriad will continue to work with the Center to create multiple language versions as well.
Pharm-Eco and Turning Points select Myriad to enhance their websites
Established in 1972, Pharm-Eco, a Johnson Matthey company, is one of the fastest growing providers of pharmaceutical chemistry outsourcing services. With over 150 professionals in the Boston area, the companys broad range of services encompass all areas of research, development and small scale manufacturing. Pharm-Eco recently selected Myriad to redefine their online branding efforts through the design and development of a new website.
We look forward to collaborating with Pharm-Eco to establish an online presence of superior quality that matches the standards of the company, services, and employees.
In a separate initiative, Turning Points selected Myriad to design and develop a website for their organization. Turning Points seeks to create high-performing schools that support adolescents in their middle school years who are maturing emotionally, physically, and socially.
Myriad is currently working with Turning Points to create a rich and robust website with tools and resources for teachers, school administrators and families to cope during this crucial time.
Improve the performance in your classroom with Building Blocks' new website
Myriad and Mass Insight Education, a Boston-based nonprofit organization working to improve student achievement in public schools, recently launched a ground-breaking website as part of the Building Blocks Initiative for Standards-Based Reform. The new website is a free online resource for educators, including step-by-step blueprints of practical, field-tested school improvement strategies ("building blocks") derived from the work of successful schools as demonstrated by MCAS achievement scores and other measures.
The website is organized around the four Building Blocks of standards-based reform: a higher standard for curriculum and culture; improving teaching practices focused on that curriculum; using data effectively to monitor progress and shape instruction; and interventions for students needing extra help.