Moo Productions marks 20th year of custom website design

WORTON — Moo Productions, founded by Francoise Sullivan, is celebrating 20 years of website design.

According to a March 5 news release, the Worton-based company “has emerged as a ‘go to’ provider for local small businesses, artists and non-profit organizations. Over the past two decades, Moo Productions has continually evolved, embracing emerging technologies while continuing to work closely with clients to meet their unique needs.”

As Moo Productions commemorates this milestone, Sullivan reflected on the journey that has brought the company to where it is today.

The news release states: “A neighbor’s request for a silent auction donation of computer services to a Shrewsbury Church fundraiser turned into my first website design job. Since then I have worked with over 200 clients and designed over 100 websites.”

She said it’s “truly humbling” to celebrate 20 years of Moo Productions.

“I’m incredibly grateful to all of my amazing clients. It is a privilege to work with so many people making a difference in our community,” Sullivan said in the news release.

While long-term relationships and collaborations with local entities such as the Garfield Center for the Arts, Kent Cultural Alliance, MassoniArt, Sultana Education Foundation, Sumner Hall and Museums of Kent County are the cornerstone of Moo Productions’ business, Sullivan said getting to be a part of special projects is what brings her the most satisfaction.

For example, in 2008 she was asked to build a small website for the CV Starr Center at Washington College titled The Revolutionary College Project.

“Using the popular design tool of the day, Flash, I built a Monty Python-esque animated landing page complete with a GIANT George Washington head and flying lacrosse player,” she said in the news release.

While the site no longer exists, Sullivan said it was exciting to be involved in this project highlighting the 225th anniversary of Washington College.

As Moo Productions looks toward the future, the company remains committed to its founding principles of creativity, integrity and client satisfaction, with a renewed focus on innovation and collaboration, according to Sullivan.

To learn more about Moo Productions and its portfolio of work, visit

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