Ecumenical Advocacy Days 2007

January 5th, 2007 / 0 Comments

Ecumenical Advocacy Days is an ecumenical Christian organization that seeks to empower the church to effectively lobby and advocate on the national and international level.

Design

The 2007 theme, “How Are The Children?” called for the use of bright, vivid, colors to reinforce the idea of children. The highly saturated images of the children are balanced by complimentary colors within the color. These images are further emphasized by the liberal use of white and the grayed paragraph text. The new look also introduced larger, heavier fonts to reinforce the importance of advocacy.

Development

Having developed the site for their 2006 conference using stylesheets, creating an updated 2007 template was a breeze. In fact, with the exception of the color bar, the original code and site structure was untouched.

While I highly recommend attending the conference (as I did last year, and will most likely do again this year), if nothing else, please stop by the site to learn about the many issues Ecumenical Advocacy Days will be encouraging the church to lobby towards this year.

Visit website: www.advocacydays.org

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