With a focus on housing and real estate, CHP needed a way to visually represent their properties while allowing for complete searching and filtering. By building a custom integration with Leaflet and MapQuest, Webkey produced a mobile-friendly, dynamic mapping system that allows for quick entry of property details to be added to multiple maps currently online. These property listings are complete with photos, descriptions, and simple forms to request information. Visitors to the site have the resources at their fingertips to make decisions and go further with CHP’s help.
Comprehensive Design with Color Coding
With their recently-redesigned logo and palette, we restructured thier previously sprawling site to support their four divisions through the use of brilliant color. We also extended their brand not only their website, but in automated emails and electronic newsletters for a consistent and memorable message.
Coordinating the hiring of their growing staff was a key benefit of their new website, which converges to a single directory where job postings from each department are listed for online application. Positions and applications are managed securely online by their human resources department with auto-expiration, reminders, and reporting functionality.
Events and Online Registration
Webkey built a real time calendar of courses and events where content can be color-coded by division for easy filtering - matching the divisions of the overall website. Registration for courses and events may be done online, and include secure payment processing. On the back-end, each attendee is listed per event along with full transaction details of their purchased ticket. Sensitive financial information is encrypted for maximum protection.
Simplicity is crucial for online donations, and our online sales module seamlessly integrates into the new website. Backed by research into online donations, we optimized the process with pre-set amounts to choose from and made a commitment to minimize required form fields while adding clear and succinct labels.