How St. Robert Bellarmine is Using an Interactive Experience to Honor Donors

With over 50 years of history, St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Parish sought to find a new way to showcase and honor their donors. St. Robert's, like many churches, is generously supported by private donations, so donors are vital to the longevity of their organization.

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Boys Town Recognizes Their Donors with Digital Interactive Experiences

 

Boys Town, a 100-year-old organization which helps at-risk children and families, needed a way to recognize its thousands of donors in its Hall of History Museum. The exhibit needed to be organized, searchable, and easily updated. And while most donor exhibits are either dull and lifeless, or attractive but hard to update, Boys Town wanted the best of both worlds.
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Eastmont Towers Foundation Enhances Awareness and Financial Contributions

The Eastmont Towers Foundation is supporting the Eastmont continuum of elder care services and facilities. For over fifty years, Eastmont has been a not-for-profit organization that relies heavily on donors and volunteers to maintain their facilities. The Eastmont Towers Foundation approached Nanonation to create a solution that enhances awareness and financial contributions by showcasing levels of giving.

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Nanonation Works with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to Bring Schramm Education Center to Life

Nanonation is working with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to create several experiences in their fully renovated interactive nature center at Schramm State Park. Our in-house design team has been hard at work developing cohesive designs for each of the games and digital interactives.

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Nanonation is Helping Increase Tourism Traffic in Nebraska

The Nebraska Tourism Commission created the Passport Program to encourage participants to explore the hidden gems of Nebraska. Travelers and locals alike visit a variety of museums, parks, restaurants, and more to collect stamps in the Passport Program booklet or through the app, and submit them at the end of the season.

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The Village School Celebrates Their Students and Athletes in New Digital Experiences

The Village School, a private school for gifted children, has now expanded to 1,750 students, outgrowing their space several times. With a wide variety of programs and a long history, the school needed a way to display a great deal of information. They were specifically looking for an engaging way to celebrate the academic and athletic achievements of their students as well as demonstrate the school’s advantages to prospective families and visitors .

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Nanonation Installs First Seattle Area Digital Trophy Case

Nanonation was excited to work with their first West Coast school to design and deploy a custom Digital Trophy Case. Options High School in the Seattle Area is innovative, providing students with a more personal and exploratory approach to education.

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The  Durham Museum's  Omaha Community Gallery Incorporates Technology to Educate Visitors

The Durham Museum in Omaha, Nebraska was looking for an engaging and educational way to update their Omaha Community Gallery. The permanent exhibition highlights the city’s business history, featuring artifacts from local businesses, universities, and media. The exhibit also houses the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame.

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Meridian High School Uses Digital Trophy Case to Display Decades of Yearbooks

Meridian High School in Macon, Illinois is one of the newest members of the Digital Trophy Case family. The school was established in 1994 as a result of a merger between the Blue Mound School District and the Macon School District. In 2011, the school became Meridian Jr./Sr. High, with grades 6 -12. 

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Digital Trophy Case Expands to Kansas City & Beyond

School: Rockhurst High School

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