updated: July 11th, 2016 / Lyndsay Johnson / 2 Comments

Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau Engages 3.7 Designs and MLive Media Group

Named one of the top 10 islands in the world by Conde Nast and top 10 sustainable islands by National Geographic, Mackinac Island is a familiar vacation destination to Michiganders and beyond. The island’s tourism bureau is responsible for providing information on all its events, activities, lodging, shopping, transportation, dining, and more. The new responsive site features a complete events calendar and a custom lodging listing page.

With MLive.com taking the lead on marketing, 3.7 Designs was privileged with the task of creative and web development. The goal was to create a site as memorable and unique as the island itself while efficiently showcasing and organizing the many businesses that rely on it for marketing exposure. The bureau was already utilizing the WordPress platform, so 3.7 Designs seemed a natural choice from both a design and development stance.

“Working with 3.7 Designs was a pleasure, which is not a word you usually associate with building websites. They bring a combination of technical and artistic expertise that enabled us to get the look and the results we wanted. Service during and after the site was built is exceptional.”

Tim Hygh
Executive Director
Mackinac Island Tourism

View the site here.

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