Monash Council website launch

Congratulations to the team at Monash Council who recently launched not one, but three websites on the latest version of SeamlessCMS.

Their goal was to create a more modern and user friendly experience for Monash residents irrespective of what device they are on.

Mayor Paul Klisaris said of the launched sites “We’ve got a solid foundation now to really provide much better online communications and customer service but we still have a lot more work to do in this space”.

Here are just a few of the features introduced to the City of Monash website when they launched in late April.

See what’s around me

City of Monash residents can enter their address to find events and services near them in the My Neighbourhood feature. It also includes bin collection dates and the councilors in their ward.

Community directory

Local community groups can manage information about their organisation through their own My Council interface which is then available to all residents through the Community Directory and My Neighbourhood.

Responsive design

A core feature  of SeamlessCMS is the responsive web design which is critical for Monash Council who wanted a site that would adapt to whatever screen size residents happened to be using.

In addition to the main site they also launched their new Monash Public Library website and Monash Youth and Family Services website.

We are proud to have helped Monash Council deliver an excellent new experience for their residents.

To find out how you can deliver a responsive and resident-centric website get in contact with us.

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