Website Design Lexington, Kentucky

PC Park Build-a-Beach Website Design

Website design for the only safe access beach on Lake Cumberland

PC Park Build-a-Beach | Website Case Study

Color Palette

Sea Blue

Blue-Green

North Texas Green

French Violet

Project Typography

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Open Sans

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Open Sans Semi-bold

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Open Sans Light

Project

Client: PC Park Build-a-Beach
Project Type: Custom Website Design
Year Complete: 2014

Project Overview

The PC Park Build-A-Beach Project is a grassroots, community driven effort led by the 2014 Leadership Lake Cumberland Class. They've been raising funds to add the only safe access beach on Lake Cumberland in southern Kentucky.

Website Speed & Metrics

81%

Google PageSpeed

84%

Yahoo YSlow

2.7

Load Time (S)

1.99

Page Size (MB)

42

Requests

Metric data reflects analysis at time of launch and could change over time. Metrics are provided by a combination of scores from Pingdom® and GTmetrix.

Research & Discovery

The client came to us in 2014 requesting a new website to raise funds for a safe access beach on Lake Cumberland. They wanted punchy colors with bright calls-to-action and an outlet for users to make donations to the project.

concept Design

We designed a simple home page with three calls-to-action directly above the fold with a bright green top bar containing social media icons, the navigation, and a donations button. The client loved it.

Development

After two months of development on the approved concept, we launched the website. It was announced county-wide in Pulaski County, Kentucky and they are in the finals phases of gaining full funding.