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Club EMAS website renewed with a more modern image!


On the occasion of its tenth anniversary, iWith.org has improved the access to its webpage’s content and has made its visual identity more attractive.

The EMAS association of registered organisations in Catalonia wanted to make an effort to improve the dissemination tools that the club has available on the internet. In this sense, iWith.org has joined in the renovation of the website, incorporating a more modern image.

Thanks to the use of responsive templates, we have maintained the visual identity of Club EMAS with an additional component: user interaction is now much more enjoyable, with easier access to much of the content offered on the website. The home page is the starting point from which you can access all content. Based on our experience in this field, we have designed 5 main sections. Club EMAS, What is EMAS?, Resources, News, and Contact.

Likewise, it should be noted in this new design that now there is easy access to the organisation’s social networks and the ease of both sharing content published on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube and of sending it directly to a friend. We have also updated the Extranet for members section by implementing a new design.

The changes in the website coincide with the tenth anniversary of the association, which took place this past 6 June. Lastly, we have improved the News section and the Image Gallery. You can visit the new Club EMAS website at the following link.
 

What is EMAS?

EMAS stands for Eco-Management and Audit Scheme, a voluntary management tool for businesses and other organisations which allows them to evaluate, improve and make public their environmental behaviour. If you want to learn more about EMAS, visit the Club EMAS website.



                             

 

More about: web , web 2.0 , image , webpage
07/09/2016
Rubén Escobar
Translation by Claire Conrad, Eugenia Mársico
on 12/09/2016
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