MWI produces new web site design, site architecturee
Salt Lake City, UT – MWI, a brand management and Web development firm today announced the launch of a new Web design the firm provided for Workers Compensation Fund (WCF) at www.wcfgroup.com.
MWI was contracted to create a new Web site design for WCF, with a focus on the information architecture and navigation. WCF emphasized the need to create a site that was easily navigable and created an environment friendly to site visitors.
The new design provides users with an intuitive navigational format, creating a smoother overall experience. Site visitors will now be able to locate nearly any piece of information on the site within three clicks of the home page.
While MWI provided the design and worked closely with the WCF information technology department to develop the architecture, the site was implemented internally by the WCF team.
“This was a great project for us,” said Joshua Steimle, chief executive officer of MWI. “Developing the navigation and architecture for the site was a real challenge that forced us to stretch, but at the end of the day I think we did a good job and learned a lot from it.”
“MWI has been a wonderful partner in helping us achieve our goals for our Web site,” said Rachel Lewis, who oversaw the project for Workers Compensation Fund. “We are very pleased with the end result and feel it will greatly benefit our policyholders.”
About Workers Compensation Fund
Established in 1917, WCF promotes safe workplaces to more than 28,000 Utah companies. A mutual insurance company owned by its policyholders and governed by a board of directors, WCF provides insurance products, claims administration, safety services, medical case management and special investigation services. For more information, visit www.wcfgroup.com.