Revitalizing Our Brand: A Place for Mom Got a Makeover!
A Place for Mom is happy to announce that we’re in the process of rejuvenating our website!
Here in the Pacific Northwest we are finally experiencing spring; which comes with a good amount of rain, bursts of sun and blasts of color in the form of daffodils, tulips and cherry blossoms. And with this rejuvenating season, we’d like to announce a fresh breath of senior living cyberspace—our new A Place for Mom website!
Our new site is just beginning to bloom, as we launched phase one of our redesign earlier this week. The first phase focuses primarily on aesthetic and functional enhancements to improve your user experience as far as the look and feel and navigation on the site. We hope that all of you enjoy your new experience and find it more user-friendly, visually appealing and informative. We will continue to update and refresh our content during the next phases of improvement, which will be released over the next few months.
What Do Spring Showers and Web 2.0 Have In Common?
To continue with our metaphor—we might be reaching a little, but that’s part of the fun—our website improvements are streamlining, updating and refining the information we provide to families; much like spring showers nourish and reinvigorate vegetation and life.
So visit us at APlaceforMom.com to see the new experience. And to make our website the best it can be, we need your help! A Place for Mom is dedicated to providing up-to-date, helpful information, so we’d greatly appreciate your feedback. Our overall goal is to help families find senior care in their time of need.
Thanks for helping us spring into health!
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About the Author
Dana Larsen is a senior living writer at A Place for Mom, the nation’s largest senior care referral service. A Place for Mom helps more than 200,000 families each year find the best assisted living and memory care facilities for their needs and budget across the United States.
Dana is mother to two bright-eyed, zealous children, and is caregiver to a vivacious and quirky 88-year-old grandmother. Her passions include dancing, yoga, traveling, good food and the arts. She graduated with honors from University of Washington with a degree in English and Communications and achieved Technical Communications Certification from Bellevue College. View Dana’s Google Profile.
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