Client: Cazenovia Preservation Foundation

Project: Logo design, Website design

The Cazenovia Preservation Foundation was founded in 1968 to protect the historic, agricultural, and natural resources surrounding Cazenovia, New York. They maintain over 13 miles of public hiking trails, and have preserved over 2500 acres of local farmland and wilderness.

Heading into their 50th year, it was time for some fresh branding and new website to showcase the success they have achieved in their mission. We designed a new logo and website in parallel, with our iterative creative process.

We streamlined and reorganized their website structure and content, updated their messaging to be more web-friendly, and added a little custom illustration to help highlight their achievements. Visiting cazpreservation.org now gives you an at-a-glance picture of the significance and value of their organization.

It's beautiful! I'm so happy to leave CPF with a site that does such a great job of communicating their goals and I really appreciate how easy you made the whole process for us non-techie folks.

Kate O'ConnorCPF Community Coordinator