RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif., Sept. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- PMC's web design team has won two Government Standard of Excellence WebAwards from the prestigious Web Marketing Association. PMC was recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Web Development for its recent work on the websites for the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino (www.sb-court.org), and Work Force Development Board of Contra Costa County (WDB www.wdbccc.com).
"The WebAward program is the premier annual website award competition so we feel honored to have been chosen," said Heather Hogan, PMC Project Manager and Lead Designer. "Our whole philosophy is to design websites that not only have a positive impact for our clients, but have a positive impact in the community."
Workforce Development Board of Contra Costa County
As the primary body responsible for strengthening the regional workforce, the WDB needed a website that would increase organizational efficiencies and reach its target audience via a simple impactful design.
"The goal was to position the WDB as the primary labor resource for local businesses, educational organizations, and community," said Hogan. "We worked with the WDB to design a website that includes links to useful information, business and public board member information, opportunities for users to network with WDB staff via a forum, and access to meeting calendars and important documents."
Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino
For the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino, PMC redeveloped the court's website to offer easy to find, dynamic content with a more attractive look and feel. This included a restructured global navigation system, local/sectional navigation schemes, and numerous quick links on the homepage to allow the public to locate services and information quickly.
"One of the most important aspects of this project was the integration of numerous other systems and services," said Hogan. "This included the redisplay of content from other servers and databases and replicating the look and feel in updating the Court's intranet."
Established in 1995, PMC is a full-service municipal services consulting firm with expertise in a broad range of planning, environmental, finance, urban design & revitalization, public outreach and sustainability services. PMC has offices throughout the Western United States including Rancho Cordova, Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, Monterey, Chico, Davis, and Mt. Shasta. For additional information about PMC visit www.pmcworld.com.