Recently we launched a new, mobile responsive website for Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Texas.
They wanted an updated website that showed more of what they do in and around our community. They also wanted it to be mobile-responsive and easy to navigate, while allowing donations right from the website. In addition, we implemented Google’s Translation tool to provide a Spanish version of the text.
Their new site is built using the Flex Pro theme from SimplePro Themes built on the Genesis Framework from Studio Press. It’s mobile-responsive and it includes the seven things every small business website needs today.
Did I mention that it looks great even on small mobile devices?
We are so pleased with and excited about our new website! In every day language, Ken with Website Mojo was able to explain what we needed in order to design an effective and responsive website. His patience with our lack of understanding of the “techy terms” was greatly appreciated and we learned a lot along the way! Two of our challenges with the old site was that is wasn’t very user friendly and lacked a more personal reflection of who we are and what we do in this community. Ken understood this and met this challenge and was able to create something with us that we are all VERY proud to have out there!
Resource Development Director
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Texas
Check out the new Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Texas website here.
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