New MRRA website unveiled

We’re pleased to announce that our newly designed MRRA.us website is up and running. It went live on May 1.

Our old site was overdue for an upgrade. Websites have shorter shelf lives these days. More people are using smart phones and tablets to surf the web on the go. It was important to upgrade the MRRA site to put our best face forward to the public and to prospects who may be interested in relocating or expanding their businesses here.

“We recognize the importance of communication through the web,” said MRRA Executive Director Steve Levesque. “This is a complex project with a lot at stake. The new website will provide us with another way to improve how we’re able interact to with the public and a way to attract new businesses to Brunswick Landing and Topsham Commerce Park.”

We’ve redesigned the site in a MRRA green color and added some new easier-to-read typefaces (Trajan and New Proxima fonts). We’ve also added more prominent links to our property pages: Brunswick Landing: Maine’s Center for Innovation, Topsham Commerce Park, and Brunswick Executive Airport.

Some of the new features include:

  • Site-wide search engine
  • Google maps of all available properties
  • Photo slideshows of all available properties
  • New calendar of events and meetings
  • News updates
  • Improved viewing on mobile devices
  • Improved integration with social networks

The new site will be easier to manage and will hopefully be easier for visitors to use and find what they’re looking for. It should also be easier for folks from away to find us. The site is designed to be more search-engine friendly, which means we’ll theoretically be ranked higher up on Google’s search results for example.

The site was designed by local web developer Wendy Clark Design of Freeport. We’ve really enjoyed working with Wendy and her dad, Ward Clark, and we’re thrilled to have a new website.

Let us know what you think.

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