Focusing on the positive, our design for the campaign website for Yes on Measure A featured calming hues, and the more beautiful aspect of the affected Shasta county. Like it’s counterpart, No on Measure B, it contains information to convince the voters that Measure A is what they want to vote on, dynamic contact form that allows them to make send their endorsement once they’ve agreed, and a online sign up for them to become more active on the campaign. All of these features are wrapped up nicely in a Content Management System that allows the political website team to make edits, add endorsers, and actively change information on the fly from any web browser their political obligations may take them, all with out the need to know how to write HTML.