Above / The new dupagechildrens.org site features contemporary design, enhanced content, improved navigation, and is optimized for mobile use, creating interest for visitors to the place in this photo.
Key features of the site include a very attractive and contemporary flat design; improved user experience with enhanced search and navigation; and has the capability to sell memberships, programs, camps, and event tickets, directly to consumers via DuPage Children’s Museum digital platform.
“We are excited to launch a much improved website that reflects the contemporary brand image of the newly re-imagined Museum and should provide visitors to the site, a greatly improved user experience,” said Jaime Johnson, Sr. Marketing Manager and Website Designer.
“The site’s refreshed and simplified look, combined with enhanced content, improved search functionality, and optimization for mobile device, allows consumers to better interact with DCM online,” said Erin Stout-Shoger, Digital Marketing Coordinator and Website Engineer.
DCM also reported that it was also a pleasure to work with Shaker Advertising, Oak Park, IL, on this project that provided some of the heavier engineering which allowed DCM to focus on reopening the Museum, and was a supplement to DCM’s marketing team’s diverse skill sets.
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DuPage Children’s Museum
The Museum helps develop curiosity, creativity, thinking, and problem solving in young children through its mission: “DuPage Children’s Museum ignites the potential of all children to learn through hands-on exploration integrating art, math, and science.”
Interactive exhibits and programs make learning fun for children and adults playing together. DCM serves over 300,000 visitors annually representing all 50 states and 575 zip codes just in Illinois. DCM’s reach and support represent well beyond the Chicagoland area. The Museum’s impact extends across cultural, financial, and educational boundaries. It touches the lives of children from all regions, providing the building blocks for success in school and life.
The DuPage Children’s Museum is located at 301 N. Washington Street in Naperville, www.dupagechildrens.org or call (630) 637-8000.