It is quite unbelievable how quickly this team is working. It is a very professional group — focused and flexible.
We have a great team, titled, Chamois Butter for Lunch.10 supercharged volunteers sitting around a table with 13 large monitors, a couple white boards, lots of markers, several cups of coffee and water, snacks, and more wires than can be counted.The “wireframe” is done and the identity is being worked into the the visual graphics of the homepage, etc. (Thanks 50,000 Feet!!!!). We are going through some photos to add to the visual appeal (Thanks, Nathan!!!!).Everyone has a different job and we are all busy at work.Thanks for following. Thanks for your support!Its looking goood!On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 7:40 AM, Andrew Dykens <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
It is 7AM and I am here! We’ll be here until tomorrow morning and hopefully we will have a brand new slick and functional web site. Thanks to all of you who have contributed!!!So take a look now at the website of the past…An era is behind us.Get ready for peacecare2.0!You can follow the activities here at http://blog.nerdery.com/You can see pics at http://www.flickr.com/groups/overnightwebsitechallengeYou can follow the twitter feed through @the_nerdery with #webchallengeI will also be sending out a few updates through email and through the blog (http://peacecareworld.blogspot.com/), our facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Peace-Care/32505943038?ref=ts), and our twitter account @peacecare.peace and care,Andrew
Andrew Dykens MD, MPH
President: Peace Care
University of Illinois–Chicago — Dept of Family Medicine
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