Moncur started with a strategic approach—listening to the people behind CAHM, as well as those they've served, to create powerful, strategic messaging for each ministry. From there, Moncur created a website structure that established a clear hierarchy of communication across all five sites, with the flexibility to include additional content pages on a case-by-case basis.
As for design, each site was concepted with its ministry's unique brand in mind to achieve the right balance between customization and consistency. The successful creation of individuality and harmony across all the ministries and their organization can be seen on the new sites: Children At Heart Ministries, Gracewood, Miracle Farm, STARRY and Texas Baptist Children's Home.
These websites are meant to inspire people to take action and make a difference by helping this family of ministries provide other families with hope, healing and new beginnings. Each site utilizes gorgeous, inspirational imagery that captures the positive end results of the people Children At Heart Ministries has touched.
All the websites are fully responsive and mobile friendly to deliver sophisticated design on every device. Moncur's development team also created subtle animations that add softness to the experience, alongside hand-drawn fonts and scripture verses that communicate hope, faith and a human connection. This accomplishment was truly a team effort and a testament to the fact that Moncur is known for delivering beautiful communication in the face of any challenge.
Moncur is a full-service branding and digital marketing agency based in Southfield, MI, with offices in Miami, FL and Austin, TX. Moncur seamlessly integrates brand communication and technology to help our clients build intelligent brands and digital platforms that grow awareness, promote business development, enhance recruiting/cultural initiatives and maximize online sales. www.thinkmoncur.com
To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/moncur-simultaneously-launched-five-websites-in-one-historic-moment-300314215.html