Conservation Colorado Web Site

The new homepage features priority items in the slider, and highlights key program areas above the fold.
Issue pages aggregate general information, individual campaigns, recent successes, related blog posts, and relevant staff.
Individual campaigns are modular, so they can be managed by individual staff, and can be sorted by issue. Recently successful campaigns highlight the organizations rich history and active work.
Tabs are utilized to provide important information for digging deeper or taking action on an issue.
Staff directory brings the faces and contact information to the forefront.
Blog posts feature staff, images, and important news.
Legislative Directory tracks pro conservation legislators, and allows citizens to easily contact legislators on issues of concern.
Bill tracker allows for at-a-glance updates at bills the organization is working on at the state legislature.
Events listing makes it easy to get involved with the organization.
Donate forms are one a single page, and options have been simplified.
Pages with a lot of information have been consolidated for ease of use.
Below the fold the homepage is updated dynamically with blog posts and event listings.
Issues pages below the fold show related blog posts and staff.
Tabs are utilized to provide important information for digging deeper or taking action on an issue.
The site is fully mobile responsive.
The site is fully mobile responsive.

Conservation Colorado Web Site

Client: Conservation Colorado
Date: March, 2016
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Conservation Colorado needed their web site updated so it would work on mobile devices, feature staff and their work, and reflect the priorities of a dynamic and quickly-growing non-profit, while also showcasing issues and events that are important to their mission and an archive of important legislative data.