To quote our dear pal Liam Neeson, we at Moses have a particular set of skills when it comes to tourism. Combine that with out passion for churning out award-winning work, and you’ve got an agency that’s more than willing to get its hands dirty. We immediately set to work identifying the challenges of Talking Stick – primarily an inability to maintain and update the site in real time – and how we could best build a site that not only took those limitations into consideration but also took their brand to the next level.
Together with the client, we presented a list of key features that would significantly benefit the Talking Stick Corridor, such as improved consumer communication and interactions, social media integration, a downloadable visitor guide, a newsletter sign-up, an up-to-date weather icon, and an easy-to-use content management system. With the help of these features and some forward-thinking design, we would create a site that helped visitors plan a unique getaway to experience Talking Stick’s Native American culture and beautiful southwestern landscapes.
The only thing better than cuddling a room full of Labrador puppies is knocking a project out of the park, which exactly what we did with the new Talking Stick site. Not only it did deliver an all-encompassing exploration of everything the Talking Stick Corridor had to offer, it did so in a visually engaging way: dynamic images, videos, and interactivity. To draw even more visitors, we improve SEO and made sure the site was adaptive to all devices. The end result? A digital user experience that was just as good as the real thing.