In Winter 2016, Intesa client Lockheed Martin/The National Science Foundation launched the Future USAP news and resources website.
The mobile-friendly, secure, and easy to navigate site serves as a primary communications vehicle for the Future USAP program, providing project updates, engaging relevant stakeholder communities, and answering questions about the project & process.
In addition to Future USAP website design, coding, testing, content, security, and project management, the Intesa team also was engaged to design the new Future USAP logo.
About Future USAP
Future USAP is a part of the United States Antarctic Program (USAP), run by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Future USAP is dedicated to long range investments in Antarctic infrastructure spread across three major stations on the continent: McMurdo, Palmer, and South Pole.