Founded in 1998, Somerset Hills Learning Institute is a private nonprofit program that offers a broad spectrum of services to children, adolescents, and adults with autism. The Institute is a dissemination site of the Princeton Child Development Institute and exists to provide science-based treatment and education to people with autism. Somerset Hills Learning Institute prepares professionals as autism intervention resources in New Jersey, and through its research, pioneers comprehensive intervention models that may be used nationally and internationally for the benefit of people with autism.
Having recently re-designed their main website, Somerset-Hills Learning Institute discovered a need for more than just a refreshed look within their digital presence. They needed a way to display, not only their innovative studies to the national institutes behind Applied Behavioral Analysis, but also a more interactive, personal touch to parents and friends of those affected by autism.
Through a dramatic new approach to their already solidified brand, Three Summers Creative was able to create an attractive, modern design for the Institute’s main website. Featuring fully interactive staff bios, digital tours of the facility, registered events, as well as online application forms for waiting parents, Somerset Hills Learning Institute was able to completely revitalize their online presence and experience swelling success of their programs.
Bolstered by the success of their main site, Somerset Hills Learning Institute soon added an additional, secondary digital portal for their largest fundraising event of the year: The Halloween Ball. The Ball’s website stretched beyond event details, providing online ticket sales for the first time as well as digital portals for silent auction and donation items. Shortly after both websites introduction, the Institute acquired a Hydroponic farm that both helped the local community and provided work experience for their students. Three Meadows Farm also received it’s own microsite, helping to grow the instate to further their positive impact the autistic community.