Transformation of GVFTMA.COM!
Posted by Maureen Farrell May 24, 2012
GVF's website before redesign.
A company's website is the face of their marketing brand. The website needs to be fresh, easy to navigate, educate clients about the business and be a live communication tool. In this way, the site evolves from both ends - the company is involved with updating and changing it, and visitors are involved with interacting on the site itself. With the recent launch of GVF's newly designed website: www.gvftma.com, the new site exhibits all of these components and more!
With its vibrant and fresh design, the new site is easier to navigate with tools such as, but not limited to: category drop down menus, search box, and full integration of GVF's social media sites, which includes GVF's YouTube series that features sustainability, understanding infrastructure, examples of successful design projects and GVF news. A lot of social media sites are blocked at work places and since we have embedded YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and GVF's Blog into our site, our partners won't have to worry about a site being restricted.
I want to thank GVF's marketing committee, which is comprised of six very talented and generous individuals: Brooke Hersh, KOP District, Kate McDermott, King of Prussia Mall, Kevin Homer, The Homer Group, Lori Wesolek, McCormick Taylor, Pat Thomas-LaRoche, TD Bank and Pat Moir, TransNet for their input as we moved along with the development of the website, along with Zero Defect Design. Thom Anthony and his staff were a pleasure to work with and very efficient in their delivery time.
Please take a moment to view our site: www.gvftma.com and let us know what you think! Don't forget to sign up for our weekly email and quarterly newsletter so you stay informed on relevant transportation issues!