As a candidate for City Council, Celina Benitez needed a website she could use to communicate her plans and motivations with her constituents. As the first Latina to run for city government in Mount Rainier, she wanted her website to be fully bilingual, and to make it easy to switch between languages. NOVA Web Development responded with a website that is easy to read and easy to navigate on both desktop and mobile devices, and switches effortlessly between English and Spanish.
Elizabeth Guzman is running for Virginia State Delegate in Prince William County. An Our Revolution nationally endorsed candidate, Elizabeth needed a website to share what she plans to do as the first Latina in the Virginia General Assembly to bring better paying jobs, educational opportunities, and health care to her constituents.
AEA is the Arlington, Virginia local of the National Education Association, and serves its 15 hundred plus members by advocating for their employee rights within Arlington Public Schools. In addition to providing AEA with an attractive, responsive website with important information for members, we are implementing a system this year through which AEA will have the option of conducting elections on-line.
FEELibera is a non-profit organization whose mission to foster educational opportunities for every Liberian citizen, regardless of gender, socio-economic status, location or ethnicity. The organization [achieves/accomplishes] this goal by providing resources through which citizens can acquire literacy and education to enrich their lives and thereby empower themselves to contribute to the cause of their family, community and country.
The Rotary Club of Rosslyn-Fort Myer has served the Arlington community and communities in Asia, Africa, and Central America since 1986. NOVA Web Development created a content management enabled website for them using Django CMS
Although most of the work produced by NOVA Web Development is web-based, there are occasional exceptions. Some of our co-op members are working with researchers to develop a series of exercises for new hearing aid users. The image to the left is a screen shot of one exercise. These exercises are being developed using the Python programming language, the Qt graphical user interface libraries, and the Open Sound Control protocol.