From elected officials to members of the various service departments, many took time to answer our questions and provide much appreciated input
Lawrenceville, GA (PRWEB) September 26, 2009
Eager to spotlight numerous local initiatives, both completed and planned, Lawrenceville's City Council members decided that those enhancements should be reflected online. City leaders also wanted to serve citizens and other users more effectively with updated information offered in a logical, easy-to-access format. They commissioned Rock, Paper, Scissors -- a creative agency based in Lawrenceville -- to take on the project. With current, near-term and longer-term strategies in place, the agency has implemented the first phase of the renovation.
"Our foremost objective was to build a user-friendly website that reinforced the sense of pride we have in Lawrenceville," says Amanda Sutt of Rock, Paper, Scissors. "Since our staff is so highly involved in the local community, we immersed ourselves in this project with a clear perspective of what the website required in terms of design, content, and function." She adds that the process has been an inspired team effort. "From elected officials to members of the various service departments, many took time to answer our questions and provide much appreciated input," says Sutt.
City Council Member PK Martin, who was instrumental in moving the website project forward, agrees. "We established early on that the site would be a valuable go-to resource," he says. "Beyond that, it would be a savvy marketing tool that showcased the best of what Lawrenceville has to offer. I am pleased to say that we have accomplished our goals."
For more information about Lawrenceville's website, please contact Amanda Sutt or City Council Member PK Martin.