Taking all that complex information—codes, permits, staff directories, information about township services, other miscellaneous odds and ends—and laying it out in an aesthetically pleasing, easy-to-navigate form is no easy feat.
Caruso was even more frank: "Municipal information tends to be boring. Our goal is to make it interesting for residents."
The Networks Plus president believes her company, which is based in the township, achieved that with Cinnaminson's new website.
Besides the visual appeal and abundance of information available on the site—both drastically improved from the previous version—one of the greatest improvements to the website is the integration between the "News and Announcements" section on the homepage and the township's social media, said Brauckmann.
Anytime a news item—which could include anything from a road closure to an event—is added to the homepage, it automatically goes out to the township's Facebook and Twitter followers as well, he explained.
"It's an ever-improving thing," Brauckmann said. "We have a really good website that's very encompassing of Cinnaminson."
Caruso said it was a "pleasure" working with the township, adding, "They put a lot of effort into making it a user-friendly website."
Brauckmann echoed Caruso's praise, crediting Networks Plus with doing an even better job than he had anticipated.
"I'm very meticulous with the way a product looks," he said. "I very enthusiastically endorse them. I'm very happy they're in town."
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