Natomas Crossroads Church wanted a website that would promote a variety of ministries while engaging visitors in a media-rich environment. The website integrates video feeds, social media, sermon audios and the pastor’s blog in a modified magazine style format.
Because of the use of WordPress content management, the site is easily maintained and updated by a volunteer with no previous website experience. The website also achieves front page ranking for nearly all of the relevant search terms.
When Eagle Accessibility Solutions & Equipment (EASE) found that their old website wasn’t meeting their needs, they turned to Coryan. We crafted a simple design to highlight the company strengths.
By putting the company mission front and center, EASE has been able to reach customers with a clear message. Increased contacts through the website mean increased business. The EASE website uses WordPress CMS software making site maintenance a breeze.
Friends of Cloudland Canyon was designed to meet a number of specific needs for this all volunteer organization. The goal was to create a website that would meet three objectives: promote the Cloudland Canyon State Park in Georgia, encourage volunteering at the park, and providing information for existing volunteers and a way to log in their volunteer hours.
This website is in the first phase of development with several enhancements still in the works including social media integration, volunteer calendar, map accessibility, and much more.
California Partners in Policymaking
The California Partners in Policymaking website shows how a modified blog format can work for a nonprofit organization.
This website uses a clean design that places regular news updates on the front page. Other site information is easy to find with simple navigation and sidebar information. The site also integrates with the program’s social media efforts through a Twitter feed, counter and links. Note: This website is no longer online.
Jim’s Place is the conceptual design for a brochure-style website promoting a fictional restaurant.
The website uses photographic design elements to create an emotional enticement for the viewer. Both color and black & white images create an interesting contrast. The site uses linked remote resources such as OpenTable.com for reservations and Google maps for directions in order to minimize elements on the site that would distract from the visual impact. This website does not use a content management system such as WordPress.