JRS Biodiversity Foundation was looking for an experienced team of WordPress developers who would be able to create a modern, sophisticated website, organizing their history of grants in an attractive manner, as well as creating hierarchies built on different subjects for more intuitive browsing.
We built a custom map WordPress plugin that allowed JRS to attach grants to a popular regions, showcasing the breadth and reach of their work. Visitors click on the portion of the map they are interested in learning about and are led to projects in that portion of the globe.
In addition to the full functionality of the JRS website, we created an internal site for board members allowing them to keep track of meetings and download pdfs of follow-up notes.
The new JRS Biodiversity website is clean and modern. It spotlights the diverse projects that JRS has been involved with in ways that are both attractive and user-friendly. Large amounts of data are presented intuitively and researchers looking for specific information on the foundation are certain to find it. There are also multiple channels, all easily updateable, for news items and blog entries.