With the launch of a new year, were launching a new website. The old website was great, but with larger monitors, more devices, and new ways of navigating the cyber world, it was time to upgrade. The philosophy behind the redesign is simple: People should be able to find everything with just one or two clicks. Of course we also want it to look good and for the content to be robust, so the challenge for our development firm, VentureWeb, was significant. Fortunately, indomitable spirit comes in many formseven web development teams.
We follow the guests featured at the festival long after their Mountainfilm appearance and interact with our audiences in the real and virtual worlds. The new News & Views section features news on Mountainfilm issues, personalities and events and also includes opportunities for views into our past, present and future with videos, photo galleries, festival archives and more.
Mountainfilm endeavors to support, educate and motivate through various initiatives, and our education programs are building momentum. With the launch of the new website, we're eager to feature Mountainfilm for Students, which enlightens and inspires the lives of thousands of students locally, regionally, nationally and globally.
The tour season is picking up steam for the winter and early spring, and the festival pages will soon fill with guests, events, films and, eventually, the full festival program and schedule. Stay tuned for updates.
VentureWeb connects people with adventure destinations, experiences and brands by delivering the complete suite of digital solutions. Focused on long-term results and relationships, VentureWebs ideas look beyond short-term campaigns to focus on long-term strategic plans and digital brand building. Specializing in adventure travel and destination marketing organizations, VentureWebs clients include Santa Cruz Bicycles, Sugoi, G3 Genuine Guide Gear, The Telluride Tourism Board, Sombrio, Mica Heli Guides, Juliana Bicycles and more. See www.ventureweb.net for details.