Denver Marketing Company Launches aha! Process Website

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Client Name: aha! Process

Client Website URL: www.ahaprocess.com

Project Type:  New Responsive Website Creation with Online Store

Client Background:
Aha! Process is a professional development company that works across all aspects of a community to address the root causes of poverty, support individuals as they build resources, and achieve a sustainable community where everyone can live well.

Specific Project Goals & Challenges

  • Combine 4 websites and brands into one (ahaprocess.com, CollegeAchievementAlliance.com, BridgesOutofPoverty.com, GettingAheadNetwork.com)
  • Create a website that is user-friendly, clean and easy to navigate
  • Sell more products, get more signups for events and workshops

Solutions Provided by Webolutions

This Website has the following Features and Functions:

  • Responsive web design – website looks great on every size phone or table
  • Clean and easy to navigate website navigation, broken down into audience sections K-12, Higher Education, Community, Criminal Justice, Healthcare and Business
  • Home page slider area with easy to read text and links to interior pages
  • Sliding content boxes underneath the home page slider that link to key areas of the website
  • Online store
    • Website admins can easily add new products and edit existing products
    • Ability to browse products by category or product type
  • Map locations manager
  • Events Database
    • Manage all events in one place, including in person events, live webinars and on demand e-learning
    • Ability to define relevant audience, necessary training prerequisites and which section(s) it relates to
    • Ability to add multiple events of the same type, differentiated by location, date and time
  • Workshops Database
    • Ability to manage all workshops in a single place in the website
    • Ability to define relevant audience, necessary training prerequisites and which section(s) it relates to
  • Results & Best Practices Manager
    • These are treated as separate content types
    • Enter content / research and best practice examples and select which section it belongs to, they are displayed on the right hand side of the page in that particular section
  • Feedback Manager
  • Website users can fill out the Share Your Feedback form on the website and it goes directly into a database where website admins can choose to publish it to the front end of the website in relevant sections
  • Custom content areas for each section – ability to add a video relevant to each section of the website
  • Gated content areas unique to each section– website users can submit a form and receive free downloads and other useful information
  • Social Media icons and links on every page – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest
  • Ability to add social media icons to any page of content
  • Social sharing feature on every page of the site makes sharing content a breeze
  • eNewsletter sign up
  • RSS feed for easy consumption of content
  • DigitalGuru

    I might have went in another direction. I feel like this style will be out of date soon and they will have to redesign the site in the next 6 months.

    One feature in particular that is becoming very popular in the recent months is a LayerSlider. Have you have ever thought about creating a website with that feature?