• The Society of the Cincinnati needed a full site re-design, help with restructuring of the site and a consistent branding for web.

    The overall structure has been organized into most logical groups with maximum of 2 sub-levels.

    To ease the navigation of the site and to help the different users to get the most of the website, the site has been templated to contain different touts at the bottom and to the right columns of the pages to help the user learn more about the related topics, or to get them to visit the Society's museum in person. The right columns, where appropriate, have been used for scrollable lists, to give more importance to the people who are part or have been helping the society.

    A lot of pages have been visually enhanced by bringing in more photos of the items from the museum, to display the valuable selection of the artwork that has been growing through hundreds of years.

    The new site now features many image galleries of the Society's collections and exhibits, virtual tour of the museum, viewable digitized historical books, scholarly resources, calendar of events, a showcase of items for sale by the Society, downloadable catalogs and reports, and a password-protected area with resources for members only. The site was built in HTML5, CSS and JavaScript and uses no Flash functionality, so it displays on all devices.