TDC board discusses website, logo

Published: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 02:57 PM.

“We didn’t,” Lopez said.

“We will still need to get quotes,” Town said.

Sweeney said in the redesign process, the web pages should be more colorful. “They don’t charge extra for color,” he joked. Sweeney also said the TDC should consider also having a mobile web application designed during the reworking of the website.

“More and more people are surfing the net from their phones, they aren’t doing it from their desktop computers anymore,” he said.

“Our website needs to have some flash, we want to attract people from the cities who have money to spend,” Sweeney said. “We want it to look modern, so we can compete with Panama City Beach.”

Town, who was chairing the workshop, asked Sweeney and Lopez to come up with requirements and take bids so the website could be discussed and possibly voted on at the Oct. 22 meeting.

“We need to get this going, so maybe we can roll this out on Jan. 1,” Sweeney said.

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