Design for Aging Gets Updated Look from Marker Seven

POSTED ON January 16, 2014

When the American Institute of Architects’ San Francisco chapter needed a new page to feature an active sub-committee, Marker Seven stepped up to help. The result is a place where the Design for Aging Committee serving the Bay Area, (DFA) can share their mission, promote events, and engage their community.

 “The DFA is an active group within the AIA but they didn’t have a place within the AIASF’s website to feature the information the group was interested in. DFA activities were intermingled with all of the chapter’s other events,” says John Clauss, CEO of Marker Seven. “We volunteered to help them design the DFA sub-page so both AIA members and the Bay Area community can easily find events, learn about the committee’s work, and participate.”

Design for Aging provides a monthly venue for presentations and discussions on topics relating to building for the aging community. Architects, contractors, activists, senior living providers and others share knowledge and perspective with the goal of enhancing the built environment and quality of life for our aging society.

“Marker Seven is proud to participate in this important topic. We enjoyed creating a useful, good-looking page that works hard for the DFA and integrates seamlessly with its parent site,” says Clauss.

Marker Seven is an active participant in the non-profit community. Its award-winning websites serve clients including Art is Education, The Human Needs Project, the Feather River Land Trust, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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