ND Outdoor Heritage Amendment

A group of North Dakota citizens, concerned with the future of the state’s efforts to conserve water and land use for future generations, worked hard to get an amendment on the ballot in the fall of 2012. To support that passage of a new law that uses a portion of oil tax revenue to protect and conserve water and land, they needed a website that would help them promote the message and reflect their voice.

LogicStew built them a site that is both highly functional and easy to use. Based on WordPress, the site features responsive design which allows the site to be viewed on both standard displays as well as mobile devices and tablets – all without the need for a separate ‘mobile site’. LogicStew worked closely with Riverwind Consulting of West Fargo, ND to bring the group’s vision to life for their new website.