Maintenance Design Group Unveils Responsive Website

June 26, 2015 - Press Release

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As part of Maintenance Design Group’s (MDG) 20th anniversary celebration, the firm rolled out a refreshed website featuring new functionality, a new design, and more content. The site is now mobile-friendly and responsive to a variety of browsers and different device screen sizes. The firm also incorporated upgraded graphics across the site to reflect the firm’s mission of forward-thinking, innovative design solutions. 

A 20th anniversary section invites visitors to read the MDG story, view a timeline of major events in the firm’s history, and sign a virtual guestbook. There is also a page that archives past editions of the MDG monthly e-newsletter, “What’s NEWS at MDG,” and provides an easy way to subscribe to future editions.

MDG worked in partnership with Eye9 Design, a Denver-based web design company, to program the mobile-friendly website.

Maintenance Design Group specializes in the planning and functional design of operations and maintenance facilities. The firm has offices in Denver, Houston, Baltimore, and Los Angeles.

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