We did a few versions of the Food Bank of Contra Costa of Solano’s website, first in Dreamweaver (for maintenance in Dreamweaver) and later converting it to WordPress (for even easier maintenance). The initial project involved refreshing (but not too dramatically changing) the FBCCS logo, creating a new website design and developing a new website.
FBCCS’s prior logo was feeling a bit stale and outdated, but it was painted on the side of trucks and FBCCS had used it widely, so we couldn’t throw it out. Instead, we brought it up to date.
We also created a clean and pretty website design for them, which incorporated their new logo colors.
In both the Dreamweaver and WordPress versions of the website, we coded with an absolute emphasis on maintainability, and FBCCS maintains their own website with prolific updates to great effect.
MIGHTYminnow also managed the translation of the Food Bank website. In 2016 we seamlessly launched the Spanish version of the website, which can be easily edited and maintained by their existing WordPress content management system.