Top Five Websites of 2023
Siarza has had a record breaking year for new web designs and maintenance clients, with each project a testament to our commitment to innovation and user-centric design. From launching sleek, user-friendly platforms to crafting award-winning digital spaces, we invite you to check out the evolution of our work in creating vibrant and impactful online experiences!
Introducing our latest website launch, nmfog.org – New Mexico’s comprehensive hub for easily accessing public and legal resources, court cases, and more. As a non-profit committed to transparency and knowledge, the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (NMFOG) was designed to provide seamless navigation and robust information. The client needed a major refresh before the New Mexico legislative session. Stay tuned in the coming months as we continue to roll out additional resources and valuable information to further empower transparency and openness.
Launched early this year, Associated Builder and Contractors New Mexico (ABC NM) stands as the association representing construction excellence in New Mexico. Our web design team diligently organized the website, ensuring it’s user-friendly for ABCNM members, apprentices, and staff, with a modern and streamlined design to enhance overall accessibility. The website not only reflects the cutting-edge ethos of ABCNM but will serve as a dynamic hub for future leaders in the trades.
Collaborating with Siarza, the Native American Social Work Studies Institute (NASWSI) within the Facundo Valdez School of Social Work at Highlands University successfully established an award-winning web presence at naswsi.org late last year. Our ongoing management is reflected in the continuous updates and expansions to the website’s courses, trainings, and blog. In addition, our dedicated Video and Photo Team has produced compelling website videos and a podcast for NASWSI.
Although the new abqhch.org website was launched a few years ago, our commitment to keeping it fresh and relevant remains steadfast. In 2023 we revamped the site, designed to be lighter, brighter, and more user-friendly. Notably, this year saw a major update to the equitable functionality of the site with the addition of Userway Accessibility. Additionally, the About page now showcases updated headshots of their dedicated team, highlighting the incredible individuals working tirelessly to provide resources to those experiencing homelessness in Albuquerque.
In 2022, we took pride in crafting a bilingual (English/Spanish) digital space for Enlace Comunitario, dedicated to diminishing gender inequity and combatting intimate partner violence within the Latinx immigrant community in Central New Mexico. As a testament to our ongoing commitment, we’ve diligently expanded the website’s pages and resources to cater to the evolving needs of Enlace’s clients. Explore the dynamic world of Enlace’s prevention-focused outreach and education, where each page unfolds as a crucial chapter in the collective effort to create positive change. Discover more about their impactful work, where every click propels us forward in the pursuit of a safer and more equitable community.
As we conclude the year and this digital journey, we reflect on our commitment to accessibility and impact. These websites are not just launches; they represent ongoing dedication of this community to shaping a better, more connected future. From empowering transparency and openness to creating vibrant digital landscapes for crucial social causes, these diverse projects highlight the evolving landscape of web design and management.
Join us in 2024 as we continue to evolve, innovate, and craft digital experiences that resonate and inspire!
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