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About the Project
Floyd Training Center works with developmentally and intellectually disabled adults to provide job training, employment support and community activities. They do great work, but their online presence didn’t communicate everything they offer. After sitting down with their team, we identified two main pain points: their website and branding. We were excited to step up and see how we could help.
Are you frustrated with the design or messaging on your website? Romega Digital understands that your website should be an extension of your business. If you need your online presence to grow with you, we’d love to help.
The center didn’t have a logo, so we worked with them to create new branding, including a symbol and a color scheme. Having a logo helps unify the various platforms where FTC communicates, including on social media, printed materials, and of course, their website.
For their site, we wanted to make it easy for families and individuals to learn about FTC’s programs. So, we worked with director Jacob Allmon to define the five different areas of service they provide: Community Access, Supportive Employment, Pre-Vocational Training, Family Support, and Specialized Medical Supplies. The site presents information about each of these programs, along with photos of individuals who are in the program.
Floyd Training Center has many community partners. We built a logo grid for their homepage that lets them easily add new logos and links as more partnerships are made.
Donations are important to nonprofits, so we wanted to give FTC a way to accept donations online. We decided to set up an easy donation link to PayPal, where donors can give once or make a recurring, monthly donation.
“We went from no logo and an old website, to high-quality, modern branding. Our new site communicates everything we try to do to help these individuals and their families. Floyd Training Center hopes that this change will help us assist many more people in our area. Thanks, Romega, for making this a reality!”
– Jacob Allmon
Director, Floyd Training Center