Case StudyNorth Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (NCTTRAC)
NCTTRAC is an non-profit organization designed to facilitate the development, implementation, and operation of a comprehensive trauma care system based on accepted standards of care to decrease morbidity and mortality within North Texas.
Creating a Website That Works for Thousands
NCTTRAC tasked us with building a website that looked fresh and revitalized, was mobile friendly, and able to be accessed securely by thousands of members across the organization. Additionally, they needed a custom calendar that members of all different regions could filter and add events to whenever they were happening.
A website redesign that allowed the client to easily maintain it for years to come
NCTTRAC gave us a couple of unique challenges that we hadn’t faced before. One of them was creating an interactive calendar for multiple regions that anyone could access and add events to.
The other was having to create a website that was interactive and complex website that was easy enough for the client to update themselves.
We created a website that had multiple layers. Instead of having it only work for certain members or certain leaders, we made it to where anyone within the organization could create events for their zone’s calendar. Once you logged in and chose your zone, you could easily add an event or see the events other members had added.
As for giving the client the ability to update as needed, we set everything up to where only the text would have to be changed and showed them how to do it. NCTTRAC has had no problems since then and has been updating their own website as needed!
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“We are a very large organization with many working parts and responsibilities in North Texas and the State. Having Amplus create a custom website with all the functionality we needed was a challenging task but successful.”
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