On October 5th, 2015, the Wildlife Habitat Council went publicly live with an important relaunch of new branding and a new web site.
This was the culmination of a multi-year effort involving strategic planning and development, not only of the nonprofit’s new logo and website, but the creation of Conservation Certification, a new standard and recognition program.
New Web Site Experience
The web site redesign moved Wildlife Habitat Council from an outdated, cluttered homepage experience to one in which the visitor is presented initially with three primary calls to action.
If a visitor explores the page vertically, they gain exposure to the full offerings of WHC, from the Conservation Conference, to the Knowledge Center, Blogs and Corporate Conservation Success Stories.
Templates for Project Guidances
One of Wildlife Habitat Council’s primary resource offerings is their Project Guidances, which cover specific themes including Habitat Projects, Species Management, Education and Awareness Projects and Other Projects.
We created a design template for the cover and inside pages for the Project Guidances, unifying the presentation of the content across all the themes.
Project Skills Include:
- content strategy
- creative ideas
- interactive design
- graphics / illustration
- information architecture
- website development