The new BRA website strives to boost public involvement by providing visitors with increased access to project and agency information. The homepage features an interactive map of Boston’s neighborhoods that users can click on to access “At a Glance” landing pages with development news and information specific to each area. It was important that the new website empower users with direct access to documents and information that previously required a phone call or a trip to the BRA’s offices. With this in mind, Boston Interactive created online Document Center and Calendar sections that maximize the transparency of the organization through quick access to relevant content and the ability to refine results through dynamic filtering options.
“We are extremely proud of this recognition as it represents our commitment to clients as well as the true talent of our team,” said Chuck Murphy, Founder and CEO of Boston Interactive. “Congratulations to all of the other websites recognized this year.”
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About Boston Interactive– Boston Interactive was founded in 1999 and has successfully implemented custom interactive marketing solutions for hundreds of clients, ranging from mid-sized to Fortune 500 corporations to non-profit organizations. With experience and expertise spanning numerous verticals including healthcare, financial services, food and beverage, technology, higher education, and non-profit, Boston Interactive has been named a Top Agency by BtoB Magazine and was listed as the 10th fastest growing company in Boston on the Boston Business Journal’s Pacesetters rankings. More information about Boston Interactive can be found at www.bostoninteractive.com.
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About the Boston Redevelopment Authority – As the City of Boston’s urban planning and economic development agency, the BRA works in partnership with the community to plan Boston's future while respecting its past. We prepare our residents for new opportunities through training, human service and job creation. The BRA guides physical, social, and economic change in Boston's neighborhoods and its downtown to shape a more prosperous, sustainable, and beautiful city for all.