"Our challenge with OaklandAirport.com was to create a website that served a number of different audiences – business and leisure travelers, airport concessionaires and contractors, and anyone interested in doing business at the airport," said Ciniva President Steve Van Leeuwen. "Our team stood up to the challenge. They took a large, multi-layered website and made it feel and function much smaller. We are proud to represent Oakland International Airport in the digital world."
OaklandAirport.com leads visitors through a contemporary, actionable web environment that feels easy and natural to navigate. With a clean, crisp design and a clear user journey, OaklandAirport.com was designed to help users quickly and easily find what they need.
The site adjusts automatically to the screen size of any desktop, tablet or mobile device - a critical element as consumers continue to spend more of their online time on mobile devices. It also allows Airport staff members to quickly and easily refresh the site's content with the latest news, social feeds, special events, service updates and more.
The Port of Oakland oversees both the seaport, Oakland International Airport and Jack London Square, a premier dining, retail and entertainment destination on the Oakland waterfront. Together with its business partners, the Port supports more than 73,000 jobs in the region and nearly 827,000 jobs across the United States.
Since 2000, Ciniva has quietly but consistently built a powerhouse portfolio of web design and marketing success stories for more than 700 clients around the world, creating award-winning work across a wide landscape, including web development, mobile programming, digital advertising and e-commerce. The agency has been a certified Google® Partner since 2005. For more information, visit www.CinivaWebAgency.com or call 757.499.1990.
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SOURCE Ciniva Web Agency