Web designers create site for performing arts center
on Friday,August 20,2010 21:08
Tampa-based web development firm Bayshore Solutions recently partnered with the David A Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts to create the Straz Center and Patel Conservatory websites. Bayshore Solutions worked to design a website reflective of the organization's goals to deliver an Internet presence that is consistent with their overall brand.
The Patel Conservatory website showcases their facilities, instructors and selection of classes offered. Bayshore Solutions' development team put emphasis on creating a functional, easy and efficient website that informs site visitors from a diversity of backgrounds and interests.
"Engaging our web design and development expertise to produce best-in-class internet presences befitting these creative organizations was truly fun and inspiring. Bayshore Solutions is proud to have contributed to the ongoing success of the Straz Center and Patel Conservatory," said Ian Dyer, vice president of Bayshore Solutions.
Each website provides users with the ability to buy tickets, place donations, sign-up for the e-center newsletter and directly interact with the Straz Center social media communities.
The website platforms were built on the Kentico Content Management System framework which allows for frequent and customized content updates, ease of use for non-technical users and a server platform for agile integration with existing back office systems.
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