Forrmile Fire Department website designed by DesignInk Boulder cO
DesignInk was delighted to help the Four Mile Fire Department update their website.

We worked together with the firefighter leadership to discover that information was important to communicate to the general public and to all the professional and volunteer firefighters.

“We can’t thank Ingrid DiPaula and DesignInk enough. Now our community can find volunteer opportunities on our website which has truly helped build our staff. Additionally, our volunteers now have a central place to get all the information about the many training activities we provide. We’ve also gotten feedback that the district maps have come in very handy. Thanks again!”

~ Chief Bret

How could we help the people affected by the disastrous 2015 earthquake in Nepal?

We teamed with SAS (Special Aerospace Services) to help support their nonprofit, Go Mission Nepal. Go Mission Nepal is working hard to assist the Nepal earthquake victims to help restore their schools and power plant. (They are close to achieving their goal but still need a little bit more help – care to help?)

The professionalism that DesignInk provided us in terms of fast, quality website development enabled us to be even more effective in light of this horrible disaster. And they continue to help us throughout the fund raising process.

~ Heather Bulk, SAS

Go Mission Nepal website designed by DesignInk Boulder
Poorman Volunteer Fire Department website designed by DesignInk Boulder CO
Poorman Volunteer Fire Department is a valuable asset to our Poorman mountain community here in Boulder, CO.

The community relies on volunteers as their first line of response against emergencies of all kinds, including fires and floods. DesignInk was happy to partner with these amazing people.

“Ingrid DiPaula was our Poorman Volunteer Fire Department Treasurer for over 7 years. With that knowledge she was able to create a useful and informative website and email program that we continue to use monthly. We are very happy with the results and are very grateful for her generosity.”

~Vera Evenson