Elevator Selected to Redesign Website for the City of San Diego; Project Aims to Make SanDiego.Gov More Innovative and Efficient

Elevator Selected to Redesign Website for the City of San Diego; Project Aims to Make SanDiego.Gov More Innovative and Efficient
April, 2015 Client News
San Diego – April 13, 2015 – Elevator, a Carlsbad-based digital brand strategy agency, is pleased to announce they will be conducting the website redesign for the City of San Diego’s official website www.sandiego.gov.

Elevator will redesign the website to give it a whole new look, feel and enhanced functionality with a strong focus on user-experience and responsive design. The agency will also develop a new brand style guide for the City.

As part of the redesign process, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer recently announced the launch of a survey (sandiego.gov/designSD) to learn what locals and visitors think about San Diego as well as why users visit the City website, what tasks they hope to accomplish when there and how it can be optimized for a better user experience in the future. The survey will be active through April 17 with the goal of collecting 1,400 responses. After the survey process is complete, Elevator will take the data collected and incorporate the findings into the website redesign.

“We are privileged to work with the City of San Diego on their website redesign.” says Frank Cowell, president, Elevator. “We are excited to design a website that will be approachable, streamlined and informative, while meeting the diverse needs of all San Diegans, businesses and tourists alike. The new website will be a reflection of what’s best about San Diego and the great work our clients have come to expect from Elevator.”

The new site is expected to launch in early 2016.

About Elevator

Based in Carlsbad, Calif., Elevator works with progressive companies to help them develop digital brand strategies that drive measurable results. They work in the areas of brand development, web development, and content marketing. Learn more at www.elevatoragency.com. (Twitter: @elevatoragency / Facebook: Elevator Agency)