Two PR Opportunities Everything-PR has learned about:
The City of Asheville, North Carolina is planning a redesign of its existing website, www.ashevillenc.gov. The redesigned website should improve the City’s ability to provide the community with an intuitive, functional, user-friendly and attractive website. The City is looking for a distinctive website that exemplifies the character and uniqueness of Asheville.
The website will reflect the links between city services and subordinate sites, particularly geographic information systems, external database searches, online utility payments, citizen reporting tools, citizen engagement tools, activity registrations, and social networking sites. The project budget is no more than $30,000. Proposals are due by February 12, 2016 to Christy Edwards at email@example.com
The website must have a new look and feel that incorporates modern best practices in user interface and user experience design. The home page must integrate with the Asheville City Source blog.
The other opportunity is that The Muncie Community Schools (MCS) in Indiana is seeking proposals to design, develop and host the district’s web site – www.muncie.k12.in.us – as well as 14 school sites. The scope of the RFP is to redesign the existing Muncie Community Schools web site, as well as a new rebranded logo incorporating the history, traditions, and the future of MCS.
The MCS website must be representative of the organization’s mission to provide a quality educational environment that allows every student to maximize his or her potential and, upon graduation, possess the basic skills necessary to be a positive, productive, contributing member of society. Like the organization itself, the website should have a timeless and approachable design that is clean, elegant, and intuitive.
Proposals are due by March 8, 2016 and should be submitted to: Ana M. Pichardo, Muncie Community Schools Director of Communications, at 765-747-5210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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