Project picks up steam even away from Panama

Since our return to the United States, my iMedia group has been working hard on our OI Panama project.

We have been working around the clock building a Web site to support Osteogenesis Imperfecta in Panana. Everyone is working on something different and we are all pitching in where necessary. We have tons of video to be edited, but before we can do that it needs to be translated. That has probably been the biggest road block so far.

Our Web site is designed and pretty much done. We just need to complete the content and then add it to the Web site template. I have been working on writing the print stories for the Web site which will tell some of the stories we experienced while we there. They will touch on the lives of some of the people that live with OI in Panama.

I will try to keep updating my blog with the progress of the Web site and all of its content. We have a completion date of Tuesday, January 26, 2010. I think we can definitely complete the site by then.

Here is a video trailer that we put together for the site. This video will be the first thing a user sees when they enter the Web site. It is very powerful and really captures our experience in Panama. Click here to watch

2 comments so far

  1. DAYANA on

    estoy siguiendo tu trabajo espero sigas poniendonos al dia en la construccion de nuestra pagina web esta quedando SUPER, los felicito con cariño DAYANA

  2. DAYANA on

    Chicos esta pagina web promete ser ESPECTACULAR, sencillamente buenisima los felicito buen trabajo la entrega al profecionalismo se nota, todos juntos por una O.I en PANAMA MEJOR saludos

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