After an extensive redesign process, Colordrop is proud to announce the freshly relaunched website for the Muslim Societies in Asia and the Pacific program, a nationally recognized initiative of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies in Hawai’i. After building a substantial following through their e-newsletter and social network platforms, the small but robust program found itself in the national spotlight after the U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan pledged his commitment to “support and help build on innovative education efforts like the University of Hawaii’s Muslim Societies in Asia and the Pacific program”. Borne out of a desire to promote understanding between cultures, this recent shift to a more dynamic web platform was necessitated by a need for greater accessibility and usability for both the organization and their intended audiences. Colordrop worked with the MSAP team to better showcase their diverse array of articles, stories, and media. We invite you to explore this important and timely resource at msaphawaii.org.