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TOKY Branding + Design, and after an 6-month design and development process, voila — new look, structure, and exceptional functionality.It’s hard to believe that only a year ago LAF had an outdated web 1.0 site, valiantly chugging along though clearly well past its prime. Enter
Since its launch, the new LAF website has had over 53,800 visits and 33,600 visitors from 152 countries. Not surprisingly, the Landscape Performance Series (LPS) is our most popular content (54,400 pageviews), followed by the Leadership in Landscape Scholarships (42,100 views), and Olmsted Scholars Program (17,800 views).
In the spirit of the LPS Case Study Briefs, here are some before-after photos to serve as a reminder of just how far we’ve come.
If you haven’t had a chance to explore all of our new features, here are some highlights:
- Searchability - You can search across the entire LPS by Performance Benefit or use the additional search options within each of the four components. Our scholarship pages let you access the growing archive of past winners.
- Interactivity - Each of the resources in the LPS has a comment area to share insights and dialog on the various case studies, tools, and reasearch. You can even share your own photos of featured projects.
- Multi-media - Our Conversation with Leaders in Landscape videos can be watched on your computer or mobile device.
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