Categories: Web Design

FSTNW | web & mobile design

Website features and details:

Family Systems Therapists Northwest promotes the common professional interests of couple and family therapists in the Pacific Northwest, advocates for the profession, and promotes professional standards.

  • Customized theme created for WordPress.
  • Website content migrated from Squarespace into WordPress.
  • Member directory searchable by the public and members only area.
  • Members have their own login for updating and editing member profile information.
  • Complex member directory sign-up form integrated with stripe.com for payment and feeds automatically into directory for administration approval.
  • Resource library created with WordPress Post and Category system.
  • Standard for all sites built by Highwaters is SEO for each page and post.
  • Mobile friendly.
  • SSL Certificate and configuration so entire site runs on https://

Visit active website: https://www.fstnw.org

 

Highwaters Media - John King

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