I met Jeff Cohan (where else?) through the internet, on a flatpicking guitar list server. We were both reading the list daily. I saw that he was in Alpharetta, so I invited him to a meeting/jam of the Southeastern Bluegrass Association. Our association is a non-profit group dedicated to preserving and promoting bluegrass music. We use several methods to get the word out about bluegrass, including a monthly newsletter and our website. Through the tireless efforts of several of our members, our association had developed a fairly decent presence on the web, but the board of directors all knew that it was time to take the next step with our website.
When I found out about Jeff’s involvement with the Milton High School Basketball team and its website, I asked him if he would like to help us on the re-design of our Southeastern Bluegrass Association website; and of course, the answer was yes. Through several "conference" calls among board members we established some guidelines for the re-design, but mostly, the association relied on Jeff’s expertise in web design to develop the site which we now have.
The most important thing about any website that publishes current events is that it be constantly updated. Jeff has been tremendously responsive in keeping the site current and interesting. The "Forums" section has added a new dimension to our mission. I have had nothing but positive comments about the website and it’s ease of navigating.
If you are looking for a website design company, the Southeastern Bluegrass Association highly recommends that you talk to Jeff Cohan.
Southeastern Bluegrass Association
Mon, 23 Jul 2001