Award Winning

WebAward15-logoCarpe Diem West’s new website is winning awards! If you have ever undertaken the huge task of redesigning a website – and maybe even if you haven’t, you certainly understand why I am so excited. Last fall, Carpe Diem West embarked on just such a project. Start from scratch. Scrapped. Down to nothing. Do not pass go…For our small team this was a very exciting – yet daunting project. With the help of Chief Creative, Liston Witherill at Goodfunnel, who steered us to the guys at State Creative for our website design we have a site that is grabbing attention.

Here’s why we are super happy with the results – I am proud to say the final product is amazing and absolutely beautiful! It is easy to navigate, clearly explains our mission, and gives visitors a great representation of the very important work we are doing here at Carpe Diem West. The website now showcases how our work, along with our Healthy Headwaters Alliance, helps guide and connect successful efforts around the region to multiply impact and tell the stories of successful source water protection efforts and spreading these innovative approaches.

Not only was this website redesign a great success and a very fulfilling project – it circles around beautifully to tell the award winning stories our partners are doing across the American West.

Seize the Day!

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Renee Hassle
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