Weehawken Creative Arts Gets a Web Redesign
The nonprofit had grown beyond their britches – a good sign – and was ready for sophisticated class software to make class registration streamline. They also realized it was time for an updated web design to reflect the level of distinction their organization was striving for.
Weehawken Creative Arts is a splendid community resource that enhances our area by providing creative arts classes along with dance classes and performances.
Dayzign Graphics partnered with Weehawken to create a lively new look for the site. As usual, functionality was as important as design, so we brought on our new programmer to find the best solution for integrating their class software with the design.
Not only does the site have a great new look and clear navigation, it also automatically pulls in classes from the organization’s back end software. Updating schedules is now a one-stop shop. And viewers can click on any class to immediately sign up.
A plugin was added to this custom WordPress site that automatically feeds any new blog posts directly into Weehawken’s facebook account as well. All updates need only be done once – one of the main goals of the client.
Stephanie Wallin, Program Coordinator for Weehawken, says of the project: “Weehawken Creative Arts is thrilled to have partnered with local talent Dayzign Graphics in our website redesign. The Dayzign team really listened to our needs, and took on the challenge of meeting them. We had a wonderful experience as the team pulled together to deliver a product that was functional yet highly attractive, and most importantly easy to build upon! We received a tremendous amount of support and enthusiasm to help us take our website and business to the next level. We couldn’t be more satisfied and excited with our choice of Dazyzign Graphics.”
We loved working with Weehawken and were proud to partner with this excellent community resource! If you are interested in any creative arts or movement classes, we highly encourage you to visit the new website and see what they offer: http://weehawkenarts.org/
Stay tuned for more fun projects to be showcased in 2011!