SeatPleasantCityCenter.com (Event Web Site)

Ascender was awarded a contract to design the web site and print advertising for City of Seat Pleasant new City Center Groundbreaking event in September 2012.   We were thrilled to serve. This historic and important event attracted nearly 3000 attendees and many more online viewers of the online video stream.

 

“A City of Excellence”

The City Center Project is a “Community of the Future”, an urban lifestyle in balance and harmony with the ecosystem that sustains life responsibly, organically and economically without sacrificing convenience.  This project will integrate innovative technology with creative architecture in urban environments to establish local self-reliance and security.  Yes, we are “Bringing Communities & Nature Together in Harmony.”

This development integrates innovative technology with creative architecture in urban environments to establish local self-reliance and security.  To that end, this development is an integrated, distributed, renewable, sustainable infrastructure and energy production project.  Enveloped within the project will be integrated photovoltaic (BIPV), micro turbine, combined cooling, heating & power (CCHP) buildings with geothermal micro turbine wind waste water and trash.

www.seatpleasantcitycenter.org

 


NHTSA 'Older Drivers' Awareness Campaign (2009)

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA)  launched an educational campaign to help families determine when their aging parents should stop driving.  This video was produced by Ascender Communications in late summer of 2009 and released in early 2010 for  online  distribution and television broadcast through a closed-circuit satellite cable networks targeting schools, public and private medical offices.

‘Should My Father Change His Driving Habits’  (trt: 4:37) | 2009
Producer / Director: Paul Grant
Director of Photography: Sean Simmons
Animation & Video Production: Ascender Communications
Writer: J. Monsalve
Agency: The Media Network, Inc.
Client:  U.S. Department of Transportation, NHTSA