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1/0 proudly announces the kickoff of the Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America (http://www.unifiedrelay.org/), sponsored by Bank of America. From May 26 through July 10, anyone can take part in this multi-leg run, bike, walk or roll across America to promote the Special Olympics 2015 Olympic Games. 1/0 built this site using API integration with Bank of America Torch Tracker and Twitter. The site is responsive using the Ektron CMS platform with the ability to sort multiple events by region. Visitors to the site may follow the relay on Twitter, see where and when the torch will be near them and see the complete schedule of community celebrations.
1/0 launches http://www.cld.global/ for Lighting Designers worldwide. A Credentialing Task Force convened by the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) determined that a pressing need existed for a globally recognized professional certification. The new site offers a seamless process for designers to apply for the Certified Lighting Designer (CLD) certification, the first evidence-based certification for lighting design in the world. The site content is managed utilizing the Kentico CMS. http://www.cld.global/ is fully optimized for mobile and uses Google Search and Analytics for all traffic reporting.
Special Olympics and Michelle Kwan announced on ABC's Good Morning America that registration has opened for the first-ever Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America, presented by Bank of America. 1/0 created http://www.unifiedrelay.org/ to allow anyone in the country the chance to carry the Flame of Hope (lit in Athens, Greece) to Los Angeles for the Special Olympics World Games. The front-end development includes a Lightbox sign up and a Map with the Unified Relay route. Unified Relay is Responsive and accesses the Twitter API for the most recent, related tweets.