(SHELBURNE, VT) The American Morgan Horse Association is pleased to announce a newly designed www.morganhorse.com, which launched December 2.
Navigating the site will be easier for newcomers as well as frequent visitors. Some changes you may find:
• More subtle colors and fonts for readability
• A slide show of larger photographs, depicting "The Horse That Chooses You"
• User-friendly buttons, making it easier to navigate
• A new interactive message board. Have you checked out "Say Hay" or "Sharing Carrots," for youth and adults that links with Facebook?
More galleries and web exclusive extras will become available in the coming months.
"We hope our members and visitors like the new design of our website," said Erica Eulau Richard, Director of Membership/IT. "You'll find more features and updates on this new site, and the Farm Finder will soon be enhanced with even more options."
Designed by the husband and wife team of Jeff and Lynn Yelton of Yelton Design, the website's interactive development was supplied by Propeller Media Works.
"We're very excited about the fresh, clean look of the site and we've incorporated some wonderful photos, said AMHA Executive Director, Julie Broadway. "We think it truly reflects the 'connectivity' the Morgan has with people and the Morgan community has with each other. We're inviting Morgan enthusiast to engage each other in shared learnings and experiences."
AMHA hopes you enjoy the newly designed site and would love to hear what you think. If you spot a problem, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1909, the American Morgan Horse Association is a non-profit organization serving more than 50,000 Morgan horse owners, breeders, exhibitors, and enthusiasts throughout the United States. AMHA serves as a parent organization to more than 125 recognized Morgan horse clubs and national service organizations. It also provides an important link to foreign Morgan horse registries and clubs. The headquarters, located in Shelburne, Vermonter, also is home to the National Museum of the Morgan Horse and are maintained through the generosity of the American Morgan Horse Institute.
You can learn more about AMHA at www.morganhorse.com.