Chicago's Liberty Coach gets new Web design

Posted on August 15, 2011

Chicago-based MA Interactive Group developed a new website design for Liberty Coach.

For their new website design, Liberty Coach, which is also based in Chicago, had formulated several key objectives, including upgrading their Web technology and design, to improve the user experience with a visually engaging design and to be able to easily manage their content with a highly functional CMS tool. As part of the implementation, MA was able to accomplish these core objectives.

A key component of the implementation included utilizing Drupal (a free and open source content management system) as the CMS platform for website development. Through the client design and strategy review process, MA was also able to introduce key elements of social media, content marketing and SEO strategy into the Drupal driven website design.

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