Recent Gatelets News
Don't Settle For LessGatelets released a new microsite to support the Connections 2013 Conference. This is an exciting site. It is modeled in some respects off the new Microsoft Surface "metro" interface. The UI is unique in that it adapts as the user moves through the environment. It is a 100% responsive site capabale of delivering optimized viewing on any platform and any device. As the screen changes or distorts, the images and layout immediately respond.
Gatelets launches Vertical.com
Gatelets sponsors Mt. Denali 2012 expedition
Gatelets will be sponsoring a 2012 June summit bid of 20,320 ft Mt. Denali in Alaska. In weeks to come we will post a new site focused on the preparation needed to ascend this tough mountain. Click here to learn more about the mountain.
Gatelets and ScienceMedia work togetherGatelets and ScienceMedia are working together in 2011 and 2012 on a variety of Web-based projects using new Denali 5. Gatelets is excited to be working with ScienceMedia who specialize in custom solutions to effectively communicate complex science to varied audiences. Integrating high levels of scientific and instructional design expertise with web-based technologies, ScienceMedia is a single source solution for the delivery of highly visual programs that are innovative and produce bottom-line results. If you want to learn more, visit www.sciencemedia.com
S.H.A.R.E raises 30kSeveral folks (mainly non-hikers) hiked Mt. Kilimanjaro this summerto raise awareness of the Maasai people in Africa and organize funds to buy an ambulance for their region. The group raised over $30k and completed the climb together. Gatelets provided a site to enable the group to communicate with potential donors. We also created a specific user interface for access via any table or mobile device to enable the hikers to post blog entries with very weak cell signals. We achieved this by providing a stripped-down Denali interface. visit www.sciencemedia.com Learn more
Norcal Kids Triathlon SuccessGatelets partnered with the Orinda Foundation to deliver the 2011 Norcal Kids' Triathlon on the East Bay. Over 400 children ranging from K-12 participated in this authentic, timed triathlon. Gatelets helped quickly build a new site to support the event - the site includes basic information about the event and importantly all the time-sensitive results. Gatelets will be working even closer with the Orinda Foundation next year and will be providing additional utilities to support the even such as blogging, interactive result filtering, search, marketing and more...
Here is a quote from the event Chairman Joel Camb "Gatelets team and services are the best available for website design, infrastructure, and data management. They provided a complete redesign of our website and data management that has been revered by our customers and greatly cherished by our employees. We no longer worry about website or data outages because the Gatelets services are so efficient and dependable. Gatelets is a 5 star company that should be your first choice when considering who will provide your online services. They rejuvenated our website experience and can do the same for you." Learn more