We are so pleased to have been awarded an American Web Design Award for 2021 presented by Graphic Design USA magazine for the design of the responsive website for the Lower Mississippi River Conservation Committee (LMRCC).
More than 2,000 entries were submitted for this competition; a highly selected top 10 percent of entrants were recognized with awards.
This is the 58th year that Graphic Design USA has sponsored design competitions that spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity for creative professionals and the competitions have a growing emphasis on web design, interactive design, and UX design.
The Lower Mississippi River Conservation Committee Website
We have had the pleasure to work with the Lower Mississippi River Conservation Committee (LMRCC) for many years. This year, we worked to redesign and relaunch their website. After detailed conversations, we set the goals to better educate the public on the lower Mississippi River and what the LMRCC does.
The LMRCC works to conserve and protect the natural resources of the Mississippi’s floodplain.
We wanted the home page to really grab the visitor’s attention and the amazing video footage that the LMRCC created does just that.
We worked hard to configure the website to clearly demonstrate why it is important to conserve and protect the Mississippi River, what benefits the River provides, and what the LMRCC does.
Their website helps showcase their work, educate the public about the lower Mississippi River, and promote the recreational activities along the river. View the LMRCC website.