New Website Features Dynamic Design and New System for Signing Up for Student Tours and Educational Trunks
TAMPA, FL. (October 20, 2014) – In an increasingly digital world, the ability to serve a broader audience with the important message of preserving human dignity has never been greater. The Florida Holocaust Museum recognized the potential to extend the reach of its resources to future generations of tech savvy individuals and how the Internet can help them enhance their mission beyond the walls of the museum.
Aiding them in this important initiative, Absolute Mobile Solutions, a Tampa digital marketing agency that specializes in responsive website design and mobile applications, produced an interactive website that will not only brand the museum in a fresh way, but also provide a dynamic platform for utilizing the museum’s comprehensive educational resources.
The new website (www.flholocaustmuseum.org) features an engaging design with specific emphasis on making the museum’s offerings easily accessible. Along with information about the museum’s exhibits and events, the new website will also serve as one of the most comprehensive resources for those wanting to learn about the Holocaust as well as other acts of human injustice. Education is a key part of the Florida Holocaust Museum’s mission and the new website fulfills it with enhanced registration systems for group tours and their educational trunk program.
The Florida Holocaust Museum’s mission is to honor the memory of the men, women and children who suffered and lost their lives in the Holocaust. It’s also to teach the critical lessons necessary to avoid future instances of injustice throughout our society. This is done through permanent exhibitions featuring artifacts and stories of local survivors and rotating exhibitions focused on specific facets of the Holocaust. The Florida Holocaust Museum also features lectures on topics, including the civil rights movement, religious intolerance and bullying.
“We’re excited to be part of this vital project. It’s critical that this segment of history is understood and its lessons are passed on to future generations,” said Alfred Goldberg, president of Absolute Mobile Solutions. “Creating a website that captures the museum’s resources in a vibrant and easy to use way is an important step.”
“We’d like to thank Absolute Mobile Solutions for insightfully examining our business needs and producing a site that brings our resources to the forefront of Holocaust and human rights education,” said Elizabeth Gelman, executive director of the Florida Holocaust Museum. “Our goal is for this to be more than a website, but a key tool that changes the way the Holocaust is taught.”