Project Jason Debuts Newly Redesigned Website and Logo
Project Jason is pleased to announce they have a newly redesigned site and logo. The nonprofit, serving families of the missing since October of 2003, has added many new features which will enhance the website navigation experience for the families as well as supporters. It will create additional awareness for the missing persons whose families need answers and the public's assistance to obtain those answers.
The logo has been redesigned to reflect Project Jason's core values and vision. The circle represents the care of the organization surrounding the suffering families to guide and comfort them. The red is the warmth of those with first-hand experience....as we've been there and we understand comfort. The blue is the calm presence of a trained and professional organization that specializes in guidance and peace of mind for families who simply don't know what to do or how they should feel.
Various widgets occupy the right side of the screen and provide information at a glance, making it easy for website users to find what they need, whether it is guidance for a missing loved one, or ways the public can help us and help the families we service.
The footer found at the bottom of each page gives handy contact information as well as quick links for persons who have been moved to support us. There's also a quick site search.
For awareness, we have many features in place to help bring the public's attention to our missing loved one's cases.
Under the Awareness drop-down menu, The Faces of Missing Loved Ones is a database of the missing persons whose families we service, along with case profile information, a quick link to each case on our news and information, and a link to their printable poster.
Also under the Awareness menu drop down, there are posters for our various awareness campaigns: 18 Wheel Angels, Awareness Angels Network, and Come Home. Each missing loved one's poster is tied to a counter which shows how many times each one has been downloaded, a visible representation of care and a cause for hope. To date, we've had greater than 80, 000 poster downloads.
Our News and Case Information forum is now integrated into the main site. This makes it easy for site users to find information about our organization, and most importantly, links to many ways they can help.
We've also done work to optimize search engine results for even greater traffic counts to the site. We're currently at around 73,000 visitors a month and expect that number to increase even more. The site is also enhanced to work on your mobile device.
We invite you to explore the site, look at the many photos of missing loved ones, and consider helping us to help bring them home.
Last but not least, our mascot ID Kitty, seen waving a friendly hello, invites you to find two Easter Eggs on the homepage of the site at projectjason.org. "Easter eggs" are hidden surprises on a website. ID Kitty hid one on the main page that tells visitors how we changed the site. See if you can find it!