BREAKING NEWS!

The Marin Foundation just launched our brand new website! We are SO EXCITED about it! Take a look around and let us know what you think…

Check it out here

I also have to thank Adam McLane from McLane Creative who came up with, and implemented an absolutely brilliant design! Adam put so much time and effort into our new site, and without a doubt makes the online presence of The Marin Foundation totally awesome! Thanks Adam!

I’d also really like to thank Darren Calhoun at Quick Click Media and Michelle Gantner at Maladjusted Media for allowing us to use some of their out-of-this-world photography.

We implemented every one of your suggestions from the blog post a few months ago when I asked what you would like to see on the new site, so I hope you enjoy it!

Much love.

www.themarinfoundation.org

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  • Nathalie A

    the marin foundation website looks great!!!
    love it! big improvement! i really appreciate the changing pics on the homepage. we’re such a visual society, part of the reason why huffinogtonpost.com is doing so well over traditional news sites. pictures grab you and make the foundation’s online presence more capturing! you see this alot on college websites too the whole sliding pictures. if u have haven’t already thought of it, it would be a great way to let us know of current events of the foundation, by changing the pics every so often 1/3/6 months or so, however feasible

    • http://www.loveisanorientation.com Andrew Marin

      I love the idea of keeping the pictures fresh and changing them on an interval in line with different events, etc we do! We’ll definitely do that. Thanks for that great idea!

      • Nathalie A

        thank you!