Since 1986 we have offered computer consulting services to nonprofit organizations, businesses and professional firms through initial automation, upgrades, conversions and staff training, as well as the development and implementation of ongoing system strategies. In early 1994 we expanded our services to include Web site development and internet training.
Nancy Massey served as the Vice President of Technology for the National Constitution Center, during the design and construction of the museum from August of 2001 through April of 2004. The museum tells the story of the U.S. Constitution, its history and relevance in Americans' daily lives through more than 100 interactive and multimedia exhibits, film, photographs, text, sculpture and artifacts. The Constitution Center utilizes computer technology and multimedia components in a variety of ways throughout its 160,000 square feet of exhibit and public space. Read more about this project.
Through a special project in 1994, Nancy began development of one of the first accessible sites on the Web. This work has been published by the National Foundation for the Blind, in the article The Bumpy Road to Accessibility.
Due to this unique experience MasseyNet has consulted with a broad range of clients including businesses, organizations and educational institutions to ensure Section 508 compliance, especially in the construction of public Web sites, such as the original SEPTA public transportation site.
Our team has a diverse base of experience including special areas of expertise such as Web specific graphic design; cgi, PHP, Perl and other programming; and, design and development for database driven Web site resources and CMS driven sites.