At Integrity, we often say we’re whizzes at WordPress development. But with the StoneBridge Senior Living website, we took that expertise to the next level.
StoneBridge Senior Living came to this St. Louis WordPress agency looking for a way to unite all 12 of its community websites into one fresh web presence.
The Integrity solution? WordPress multisite.
Using WordPress multisite, we consolidated all 12 communities, from Missouri to Arkansas, under one StoneBridge brand. With the new architecture, individual community administrators can change just their own site’s content, while StoneBridge’s corporate marketing manager can update all 12 sites from one simple WordPress dashboard.
But we didn’t stop at consolidation. With the help of Integrity’s savvy design and cutting-edge development team, we transformed StoneBridge’s dated-looking sites into one bright, fun take on senior living with the latest in responsive design.
Our lead designer used friendly colors to showcase StoneBridge’s emphasis on family and care, while still focusing on intuitive UX. Visitors can effortlessly browse community photos, scroll through a weekly activities calendar or view resident testimonials.
And the site is just as great on your mobile device. Using jQuery, our developer built responsive drop downs and a Google map that works great for finger scrolling.
Is your company in need of a similar solution? We’d love to chat.
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