Tony wrote this on August 03, 2012. It has 1 Comment.

Its been quite the race over the past 24-hours. Despite holding this event in the past, each event comes with it's own set of challenges and rewards. There were definitely times some of our team members felt that they weren't going to make it, but we pulled through and are happy to announce we have completed what we set out to deliver.

Here's a look at what we were able to accomplish:

In addition to the project pieces, we were also able to document the entire process:

  • 8 Videos (real-time editing and posting)
  • Over 400 Photos
  • 37 Blog Posts

Here is a screenshot of the final designed website:

Here is a screenshot of the old website before we spent the last 24 hours redesigning and launching the new website:


We'd like to thank everyone who was a part of this amazing event, whether you were here or sending us happy thoughts. We would especially like to thank Family Giving Tree for joining us for our fifth ZURBwired!


Want to be a part of Wired?

Volunteering means signing up for the full 24 hours, showing up on time, and committing to helping various team members out in a fluid schedule that will test your mettle throughout the day and night (and day again).

The people who have the most rewarding experiences are also the ones who contribute the most. Web, visual and print design skills are best. They are great at their craft, think quick on their feet, likable and motivated to help a non-profit and collaborate with ZURB.

    What we are looking for:

  • Hard Worker

    It takes a lot to go 24 hours straight.

  • Scrappy

    Be able to figure out how to do something

  • Team Player

    Be able to give helpful feedback

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Be this year's ZURB Wired nonprofit

Applying for your nonprofit means signing up for the full 24 hours, getting your team invested in showing up on time, and committing to helping various team members out in a fluid schedule that will test your mettle throughout the day and night (and day again).

    What we are looking for:

  • Hard Workers

    It takes a lot to go 24 hours straight.

  • Scrappy

    Be able to figure out how to do something

  • Team Players

    Be able to give helpful feedback

  • Having Fun

    Most important of all!

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We love local businesses!

Anything you can send to our efforts would be awesome. We really like goodies — cupcakes and coffee — to keep our volunteers fueled or help with getting our print materials ... well, printed.

Let us know how you can help

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