Transportation Plan Site Designed by CreatiVisibility Wins Award
For Immediate Release
July 24, 2009
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Apex-Cary, N.C. – The Town of Morrisville Land Use and Transportation Plan Update has received the 2009 North Carolina Marvin Collins Planning Award from the North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association (NCAPA). This distinction, awarded in the Comprehensive Planning (Small Community) category within the Brian Benson Outstanding Planning Award, recognizes plans, projects or processes of unusually high merit. The committee was impressed with the Town of Morrisville’s efforts to communicate with the community, due largely in part to public involvement through a Web site designed by CreatiVisibility.
CreatiVisibility teamed up with The Louis Berger Group, Inc. and Renaissance Planning Group, Inc. as a subcontractor on the project to create a Web site for community outreach. The site not only made use of publicizing meeting calendars and meeting minutes, but also gave a location for the community to provide feedback on a discussion form, attend open houses virtually by accessing video, RSVP to open house invitations, upload photos of the town to contribute to the gallery, and to utilize the RSS news feed.
CreatiVisibility also created the cover designs (for a comprehensive campaign within the site) for the land use and transportation plan books published for the town during draft reviews and for the final plan update.
The award will be presented to the Town of Morrisville at the NCAPA Annual Meeting in Greensboro, North Carolina on October 2, 2009. Visitors and community members can access the user-friendly, informative site at www.MorrisvilleLUPT.org for the remainder of 2009.
CreatiVisibility creates visibility for its clients by taking a creative, marketing-faceted approach to print and Web site design with the goals of building a lasting relationship between designer and client through attention to client needs, by problem solving in a creative, well-researched and cost effective manner, and by producing print and Web communications products that meet or exceed professional standards.
CreatiVisibility is a small business in Wake County, North Carolina focused on serving businesses, event planners, and corporate/government clients. For more information about CreatiVisibility, please visit www.CreatiVisibility.com.