After many months of anticipation, and a whole lotta effort, we are proud to announce the official launch of the new website for The Get Real Project. <Insert fanfare here.>
With the new site comes a new look, a refined focus, and a stronger-than-ever commitment to making a difference.
We got a flood of positive feedback after the soft launch a few weeks ago. Test users casually tossed around words like “robust,” “beautiful,” “polished,” “engaging,” “smart-funny,” “fun,” “richly textured,” “inspiring,” “Wow!” and “REAL” to describe the new site.
We’re proud (and blushing) and we have the team at Valuable Content to thank for it.
Valuable Content is based in Bristol in the U.K., so it was no small feat to coordinate efforts across the miles (and ocean). A million thanks go to Sonja Jefferson, Iain Claridge, Lizzie Everard, Sharon Tanton, Toby Duckett, and Eli Trier for their passion, talent, partnership, and just plain hard work.
You can see a few before and after shots here.
If you’re interested in taking it for a test drive, here are seven stops we recommend you make along the way:
A lot of elbow grease went into re-designing the site, including all that it took to bring together 33 custom-written web pages, 13 hand-picked and lovingly customized stock images, 125 transferred blogs, more than 25 uploaded resources (ebooks, podcasts, video clips, slidesets), seven unique team member bios, and one really snazzy manifesto poster ready for distribution (in three different colors). None of this is trivial.
More than any of that, though, The Get Real Project has a well-thought-out brand behind it. Creating the new site was an opportunity to:
Please join us as we raise our glasses in a virtual toast: to the team that makes it all happen, the partners we couldn’t do any of it without, and the clients who are the reason we love what we do.