Summit County Engineer needed a complete redesign of their website. The new website segments audiences into their own areas, where content specific to them could be delivered. In addition, a project database was created to highlight the work being done around the county. Visitors can search projects by city, year and project status. Alerts and notifications of road closures could be highlighted across the site with alert banners.
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The new homepage highlighted road closures, new projects, alerts and news.
The new site broke the content into audience-specific sites. Residents, cities/townships, contractors, developers and surveyors all had their own sections on the site, and their own calls-to-action. This allowed the Summit Engineer to talk directly to each audience, and supply files, forms, and tools to each.
The new site offers a project search, allowing visitors to view projects by city, status, and plan year. Projects that are available for bids were highlighted.
Each project can have its own page, where details such as construction dates, costs, schedules can be shared.
The Summit Engineer site search is improved, and offers the ability to search by keyword and by type of content, allowing visitors to quickly find forms, files, projects and more.
The site allows the Summit Engineers the ability to quickly post road closures, emergency notices and project starts, and also collects all tweets onto one page.
The new website segments audiences into their own areas, where content specific to them could be delivered.
The entire site was built to be responsive, working on mobile phones, tablets and desktops. It is also ADA compliant.