The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center Museum has received a major face-lift for their website and soon their membership cards and everything else that follows. The new look is a reflection of their historical association with Lewis and Clark, as stated in their about us web page “The area includes one of the oldest continuously occupied areas in North America (over 11,000 years), immediate proximity to one of the largest rivers on the continent, and access to the Lewis and Clark and Oregon Trails.” This is a fun and beautiful new website for the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum, read more about this new website below.
The rebranding was undertaken by WebRock Design, a Pacific Northwest-oriented branding and website design company. “We were particularly excited to give the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum a profile boost because it’s part of our own community,” says founder Alexa Shuman. “We’re proud to encourage more ‘PNW natives’ and visitors learn about this amazing region’s history and ecology.”
The organization’s offerings remain the same, with interactive multimedia exhibits, outdoor activities, and daily live Birds of Prey shows. “Over the coming months, all of our marketing collateral will be updated, starting with our website,” says May. Members’ cards will similarly be updated to reflect the new brand. “We owe thanks to the Paul Allen Family Foundation for the generous grant that funded this project,” notes Carolyn Purcell, Executive Director. “It’s really about continuing to offer the most memorable interpretive experience possible.”
SRC: Read more about the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum’s new website at: www.prweb.com/releases/2014/10/prweb12278533.htm
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