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Sustainable Travel International is a global leader in forward-thinking solutions for tourism businesses and destinations, but their image had grown stale. The redesigned website features a fully customized content management system, a searchable project map and a database and back-end for managing staff, client and project profiles.
Over the last several years we've worked with the authors of Keeping Pace to enhance the visual presentation of information through this annual report. After the report has been published, the infographics and other visual data assets are made available for free download on the Keeping Pace website.
landing page A big slideshow can be easily updated with new images.
This website educates travelers about Namibia's innovative approach to conservation through tourism. An interactive map makes it easy for travelers to find what they want and a highly customized CMS allows for easy edits and additions so the site can grow along with the community conservation movement.
The strategic plan for the Florida National Scenic Trail is a landmark document that provides a framework for focused collaborative efforts and allocate resources to achieve specific results that benefit both the Trail and trail user. The plan also presents a new partnership model that fully engages a diverse group of land managers who are connected to the Trail. As such, it was critical that the strategic plan is presented in a format that compels stakeholders to read it and engage with it. The document is designed to a landscape orientation with lots of white space to evoke the feeling of being out in the wide open areas of the Trail as it traverses the Florida coast and inland. The publication also features a collection of the best of staff and trail user photos. While the document is available for download, it was printed in hard copy format so that stakeholders could have tangible evidence of the work that has gone into the plan.
FCA helps farmers reduce their costs of maintaining their water delivery systems, protect fish and keep their canals free of debris.