A Eugene nonprofit organization called Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics — known as FSEEE, for short — contacted us after their old, outdated website was hacked and largely ruined.
The first order of business was to get an interim site up and running, so they could maintain their presence online. We got the temporary site working in a few days and then started in on a more customized redesign of the whole site.
FSEEE has worked over many years to push for reform at the U.S. Forest Service and protect National Forest land. Part of their mission is to keeping their members informed about issues they care about, so they have an active blog. Yet the site also needed to encourage visitors to donate and take other action as necessary — as well as highlight the beauty of the public lands FSEEE works to protect.
That’s a good sign you need to talk with us.