New Nexus website

Nexus group has unveiled its new Home Page for Nexus: Researching Networks, Economics & Urban Systems.

This site is the product of a class project at Metropolitan State University where Nexus was the client. The students did an excellent job (as did the two groups whose product was not selected), and the final site largely reflects their design. There are still a few things to debug and certainly to update, but I think it looks significantly better than our 20th century website (which was really slick for 1996, moderately slick for 1999, and barely acceptable for 2006 ... although eventually may come back into fashion as a retro design).

David Levinson

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