Monastery, Church, birthplace of devotion to St. Therese in the United States
UPDATE: After about 5 years, I resurrected the website, social media, and took their digital marketing by storm. Holy storm, that is.
The Trinity: A new domain name, a completely new look, and a new approach which includes online fundraising.
I married the old site with the new functions.
From Before (way back in 2014):
A lovely group of cloistered nuns in Philadelphia asked me to modernize their old site. Previously, they had several videos, a photo, and that was about it. They liked the original look, and the general presentation had deep symbolic meaning for them. I kept most of the look and feel while transitioning the site to WordPress, and adding
- photo galleries
- historical documents organized by author and date of publication
- events calendar
- mixed-media slider on the homepage to orient visitors and provide background
- map with directions
- audio playlist
- video gallery slider
- Facebook page
- Google + page
- YouTube channel
- video editing
- flyers, prayer cards
- watermarks on photos for copyright
- lightbox to display image galleries
The website has been called a “great history of the Catholic Church in Philadelphia and of the Carmelite order.”
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