We want to provide our visitors better access to everything we are doing to help find a cure, as well as, including resources available.
Trinity, FL (PRWEB) August 10, 2015
Last month, the Alzheimer's Research Foundation launched its redesigned website featuring the most up-to-date components of web design and web development.
The new website has brighter colors, a more organized and accessible layout, and a responsive theme for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Compared to the old website, the foundation's current one has an upgraded news and events feed designed to keep people involved in the organization and updated on what it's doing through community efforts.
The new website also enhances the Alzheimer's Research Foundation's social media pages of Facebook, Twitter, and other sites. Its Facebook page, for example, is on the bottom of the homepage. The foundation hopes the additions will attract more people to its cause.
Dave Caban, Director of Online Marketing, said the foundation felt it was necessary to update its website in order to meet the expectations of today's Internet users, many of whom have become accustomed to being engaged “on the go” through mobile devices.
"We took into consideration the importance of making it more user-friendly," Dave said. "We want to provide our visitors better access to everything we are doing to help find a cure, as well as including resources available."
"By updating the website, we hope to enhance our brand as well," he continued. "With a newly designed website that is much more user-friendly, we'll be able to engage more people online. It will be advantageous to us when people are researching a charity to get involved with or to donate to. Now they have a site that makes it easy to view information, navigate, and one that looks great. We hope this will help to get more people involved with the foundation."
The Alzheimer's Research Foundation is an organization exclusively dedicated to finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease. It works with the University of Florida Health and the McKnight Brain Institute among other dementia research organizations to find medical specialists and funding for the cure.
About the Alzheimer's Research Foundation
The Alzheimer's Research Foundation has the singular goal of finding a cure for Alzheimer's. This focus helps the organization stay on track and direct grants toward research goals. The foundation uses formal evaluation tools to hold partner organizations accountable. To learn more about their progress toward a cure, visit http://www.alzheimersresearchfoundation.com