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the leading provider
of academic websites

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more than a decade of service
to the academic community

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our team of professional project
managers, designers and developers
works quickly and intelligently,
at affordable prices

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our business is built on
referrals from satisfied clients

Portfolio / Brosi Lab

Brosi Lab

Koh Lab

Emory DPT

Center for Women’s Infectious Disease Research

Everyday Mentor

The Institute for Immigration, Globalization, and Education (IGE) at UCLA

The Doyle Group | Harvard University

Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics

CMU Tepper BT Group

The Resilience in Survivors of Katrina Project (“RISK”) Project

The Institute for Ocean Conservation Science

Euro Evo Devo

The Graduate Field of Biochemistry, Molecular, and Cell Biology (BMCB) at Cornell University

Friedman Lab

Cochran Lab

Decision Neuroscience Lab

Rice University Department of Earth Sciences

Lagunita Biosciences

Shared EPR

ASME Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics

The Hopkins Lab: Adaptation and Speciation in Plants

UF Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Center for Iron and Steelmaking Research (CISR)

JHU Center for Sensory Biology

UM Memory Program

The MIT Center for Integrative Synthetic Biology

Insect Genetic Technologies Research Coordination Network

Center for Protease Research | NDSU

Vijay Kumar Lab | Penn Engineering

Northwest Institute for Advanced Computing

EDEN Research Coordination Network

Clemens R. Scherzer, MD, Neurogenomics Lab

Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program

Duke Department of Pharmacology & Cancer Biology

UFlorida Department of Biomedical Engineering

Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making

Center for Nanomedicine

Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring

UMASS College of Education

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What our clients are saying

Most of our business comes from referrals from satisfied clients who refer their colleagues and associates. We maintain ongoing relationships with our clients, and many return to us whenever a new site is needed.

When I first started thinking about applying for an NSF grant to create the Insect Genetic Technologies Research Coordination Network, I knew that the website would be an important element of the network, but soon after beginning work with the folks at Academic Web Pages, I came to realize that the website was in fact the key component to the success of the network. A newcomer to social web applications, my AWP project manager guided me through every step of the process beginning with logo design and graphic art, through site organization, content categorization, page layout and more. AWP introduced me to Twitter and baked in the ability for visitors to the site to share content through their social networks. They also designed and implemented an email launch campaign to 1200 insect scientists. At every step AWP was responsive to my questions and suggestions, making many modifications along the way to make the site as user friendly as possible. Initial response to the site has been great. I am very excited about the prospects of growing the network in order to advance technologies for genetic modification of insects. I am grateful to Academic Web Pages for their tremendous effort in making the website and the network a success.

Dr. David O’Brochta

Director, Insect Genetic Technologies Research Coordination Network

"Choosing AWP to design and maintain the lab webpage 10 years ago was one of the smartest decisions I took to promote and disseminate our research. Over the years, I have interacted with different members of Nancy's team and always experienced excellent service, professional behavior, and the best solution to our needs. Friends and colleagues who have followed my steps are still grateful to me for suggesting such a creative, friendly, and efficient group!"

Olimpia Meucci, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Physiology & Department of Microbiology and Immunology

"I am constantly asked by colleagues, "How did I get such a useful comprehensive web site?" I always credit Academic Web Pages and their swift, competent and versatile responses. AWP has allowed me to recruit applicants to work at the school-based health centers and to expand our recruitment to child psychiatrists looking for an academic career. As an academician I often have publications that I want to post as they go into press and AWP is so responsive! This is a true asset for those of us who are lecturing, publishing and teaching and need some infrastructure and organization to provide quick access and updated information."

Nancy Rappaport MD

Cambridge Hospital, Department of Psychiatry

"It has been a pleasure working with Academic Web Pages from start to finish. Their creativity, flexibility, and perseverance allowed us to develop a website that went beyond our expectations. I look forward to working with them again on future projects."

Martin A. Fischer

Professor and Interim Department Head

"When you work with Academic Web Pages, you learn quickly that the word “can’t” is not in their vocabulary. We just completed building the website for Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program with AWP. This not-for-profit environmental and academic initiative involves numerous parties, all who had input in the creation of the site. Trying to come up with an end result that pleases everyone can be a challenge. The AWP staff worked with us to come up with creative solutions. And the end result? All the parties were pleased, and we have received many compliments from visitors to our new website. We are very happy with the work done for us by Academic Web Pages."

Christine Santora

Program Coordinator for the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program

Our Process

Website development is a collaborative effort between you and our team of specialists. You are the key resource for what that goes into the site. Our team of experts help with planning, graphics, layout, addition of content, implementation of special features and functionality, and testing and deployment of the site. We work with you every step of the way.

1. Get Started

Express your goals, requirements, and audience for your site.

2. Plan

Work collaboratively with us to create a site plan which covers content, technical, and design aspects of the website.

3. Design

Our designers customize the graphics for the website and create any special graphic elements.

4. Develop

Our developers create the pages and menus, add the content you provide, and implement special features and functionality.

5. Launch

We take care of all of the technical details of deploying your site and making sure it performs correctly on popular browsers.

6. Support / Maintain

Ongoing support to keep your website running smoothly and your content up to date.

Now that you know how we do things, we want to work with you. Request a quote today. Give us as much or as little information about your project as you like. We will be in touch.