The Okaloosa County Economic Development Council had a website that was built by Bit-Wizards years ago on Kentico version 7, and was in need of an upgrade, redesign, and restructure of their website.
The Economic Development Council of Okaloosa County is the community's primary organization tasked with improving the area's economy through the attraction and retention of new, diversified employment opportunities and capital investments. The Okaloosa EDC was constituted in 1989 and serves as a non-profit public/private partnership.
The Okaloosa EDC website was built on an old version of Kentico CMS and contained a great deal of content. This excess content made it difficult for site selectors to easily identify county location information and available properties in the area. The client also required training on best practices of content structure, development, and overall use of the new version of Kentico.
The Okaloosa County Economic Development Council had a website that was built by Bit-Wizards years ago on Kentico version 7. They needed an upgrade, redesign, and content restructure.
The content of the website had to be scaled down dramatically but required client meetings and collaboration to determine the correct content to retain and the appropriate way to structure it. During content assessments, three key audiences were identified site selectors (individuals looking for property for development purposes), prospective investors, and people seeking employment opportunities. For each audience, a section was added on the home page to facilitate navigation to relevant content.
A Google maps API was added to the Available Properties page to facilitate familiarization of site selectors with the Okaloosa County area. The main landmarks and roadways are showcased to provide a comprehensive picture of the locations and the value in the area.
Kentico forms are used for the Contact Us and Roundtable Registration pages which facilitate capturing potential investors as well as event tracking.
The client is pleased with the new design and ease of functionality that comes with the out-of-the-box Kentico CMS. Their primary goal to feature their investors was achieved and they look forward to using Google analytics to get more insight into their website traffic. Future site enhancements include the integration of a job search API to the Talent Attraction section of the site to offer career search capabilities for tech jobs in the Okaloosa County area.
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