The Columbia University Department of Neurosurgery is one of the top neurosurgical units in this country. We worked with Columbia Neurosurgery on two iterations of their website and multiple other digital, video, print, blog, social media products since 2009. They are still our client and we love working with them. We create all of their content marketing needs.
MokaMedia developed a website devoted to the Spine work of Columbia Neurosurgery was developed in 2017 and is seeing better user numbers then any other university spine center across the country. We also write all the quality - and doctor approved - content for blogs and social media.
Exploring the Arts (ETA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen the role of the arts in American education by returning arts-enriched programming to public schools. For ETA, we developed documentary video to share Mr. Tony Bennett's work to build the "Frank Sinatra School of the Arts" performing arts high school. In addition, we created the first educational materials for the school's film program.
The NYC DoE Public School Athletic League website was out of date and in great need of repair. We partnered with the PSAL team to create a new backend with design and content to create a site that is useful to the kids, their parents and guardians, and all the staff that work with the PSAL program.
For the Annual Neurosurgery Charity Softball event, we developed 2 iterations of their website integrated, managed and hosted the site, provided SEO optimization, and handled content updates.
For eScholastic, we provided technology and CMS consulting services on several CMS conversion and integration projects. Mokamedia also provided web application design and development services for the Scholastic Summer Challenge.
We created the original SciPlay resource for playground teaching. Both parents and teachers use this guide to teach leverage playground activities to teach science with open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement and delight.
Created website for one of the largest nursing home support services organizations in the city, PsychAssociates Group. Work included creating all content, images, architecture, but primarily strategizing with the leaders and their community to provide a site that supported all staff.
Brie Magar led the building of an enormous public television web resource with thousands of degital media elements from video to multimedia to lesson plans for educators, parents, and students,. Formerly called "Ed Online", it is now "WNET Education".