Fremont County, WY releases new website

Fremont County, WY just released it’s newly redesigned website:  Designed by Wyolution with the needs of the county citizens in mind, it offers in-depth content that is searchable across departments; news, events and job postings that are context appropriate, being filtered when browsing by department, and aggregated on the homepage; and full departmental, secured editing capabilities to keep the site as up-to-date as possible.  This site showcases the folding of multiple disparate county sites in under one county wide umbrella, so all content maintains the same consistent look and feel, navigation, and searchability throughout.

Wyolution leads launch of Swift’s 26 news sites

One of the new Swift sites recently released

Swift Communications, of Reno, Nevada, launched 26 newspaper sites over the last month.  Wyolution took the lead on system architecture, vendor selection and implementation, and maintained an active role during the implementation of the project.  With Wyolution’s help, Swift was able to take 26 disparate sites and merge them into a single code base, allowing them to leverage maintenance efforts across all sites, implement enterprise-wide enhancements, and share winning strategies across their newspapers.  For Swift’s Internet Ventures Group, the result has been reduced maintenance costs, increased agility with requests, and a 99% success rate with their service level expectations.

Exum Mountain Guides website launched : Exum Mountain Guides : Exum Mountain Guides

Wyolution launched Exum Mountain Guides’ new website today.  This site represents a fresh, new look for Exum, including a new logo, new site design, enhanced site features, and industry-standard content management.  This site allows Exum to keep its content updated frequently, including up-to-date course offerings and a summit register of Teton climbs.  Exum, of Jackson, WY, is the oldest and most prestigious mountain climbing guide service in North America, and guides clients from ages 8 to 80 in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.