Website & Graphic Design
We have been working with local governments and nonprofits for nearly two decades to create engaging and informative websites that are easy for end users to navigate and that deliver important data when and where it's needed. Combined with our GIS and data management skills, we deliver websites with a rich interactive experience. LIAA's website design philosophy allows and encourages an ongoing dialog within a community. Our team stands out with a creative, collaborative approach and top-notch customer service.
LIAA offers creative and branding services, logo design, graphic design, landscape design, and marketing skills. We are happy to help with design needs on any scale.
Michigan's Northeast Prosperity Region wanted to present a united front to the world as they worked together to promote all they have to offer. The collaborative agencies, including the Northeast Michigan Council of Governments (NEMCOG), Michigan Works! Northeast Consortium, and the Regional Prosperity Initiative, were managing more than 5 separate websites that had much redundancy between them.
Each year, the Michigan Agritourism Association distributes thousands of print directories to Michigan visitors looking to find the Association Member's fresh and delicious products.
Michigan Shoreland Stewards is a joint project of Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership program and the Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council in Petoskey, MI along with a group of Lake Associations throughout Northern Lower Michigan. These organizations created a process for inland lake property owners to certify their lake shore in order to both recognize those who use best practices to protect the health of the lakes and to educate land owners about those best practices. The certification process is a 50 to 90 question survey asking land owners about everything from their driveway to their dock.
The Michigan Great Lakes Water Trails website originated with a visionary group of volunteers from all over the state, who shared the goal of promoting coastal public access by linking regional water trails to form a statewide water trail system along every mile of Great Lakes shoreline. Some regional trails exist and some are still being mapped, so the site continues to grow. Support for the development of this website was provided by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Coastal Zone Management Program, with content provided by communities and volunteers all over the state.
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