The new DesignBuildBLUFF website has launched with bolder images, more content, and more ways to interact with DBB. The website was inspired by the design and construction processes of the DBB students. We wanted the website to be as engaging as one of the iconic DesignBuildBLUFF houses (if that is possible). The idea is to cultivate experimental design with the end user always in mind.
We wanted to engage our fans by offering up more current and insightful information of our projects and events. The new site offers a fan page, where the latest information from the Twitter-sphere and images from Facebook are streamed seamlessly to our site. Additionally, all updates on DBB news and events can be viewed from our community fan page.
Browse through our past projects and visit each one’s photo gallery which showcase images of the entire process through its completion and blessing ceremony. You can almost witness the story of the students’ growth and how they become part of their client’s family, each one teaching and experiencing life lessons that will never be forgotten.
DBB is a program focused on its people: the students, families, Bluff community and staff. This new site, however, is for the people who support us, follow us, and “Like” us, as well as those who might be just discovering us. Our blog is flush with student perspectives from the past and current projects, DBB news & events, current status, and you can’t forget the crowd-pleasing, must-read musings of our philosophical leader, Hank Louis.
Hopefully this new website will help share the rich history and culture of DBB, as well as create some excitement for our future. We not only encourage you to interact with our new site, but to be a part of our growing community and bright future.
Enjoy the site, and feel free to share DesignBuildBLUFF.org with your friends and colleagues. Please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts with us; we welcome your feedback and use it to make future improvements.
- Whalen Louis & Atsushi Yamamoto