The Spirit Mountain Community Fund, the nonprofit arm of The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, has just launched its new responsive website.
Through the Spirit Mountain Community Fund, The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde fulfills their Native tradition of potlatch, a ceremony at which good fortune is distributed. Through the fund, Grand Ronde provides grants to nonprofits throughout NW Oregon.
The new website modernizes the look and feel of the old website, reduces overall content, and provides an experience that works elegantly across all screen sizes.
This project also required Subtext to learn and work within an existing technology stack that their in-house technical team was familiar with. This project was built using a .NET CMS called Umbraco.
“It’s always an exciting challenge to work within a client’s existing or legacy framework,” said Tore Gustafson, President of Subtext. “Helping a great non-profit like The Spirit Mountain Community Fund create a website that will really help them continue to do good work made learning their system completely worth the effort.”
The end product was a streamlined website that is both modern and elegant and reflects the visual aesthetic user experience Grand Ronde was looking for.