What happened in (or to) October?
Site launches. Costumes. And of course updates!
New site launches for Chief Probation Officers in California, Ventura County Retirement Association, and details on our monthly software update.
In this issue:
Changing lives & preventing victims
Chief Probation Officers in California (CPOC) strengthens California communities with its new website
We are fortunate to have the opportunity to work with so many amazing organizations and associations across the country. This summer, we had the opportunity to work with Chief Probation Officers in California (CPOC) on a complete rebrand and redesign for their organization’s website. Up against a tight timeline, CPOC was in need of a content management system that could empower their team, a brand that could solidify their identity, and a platform that could further their cause–all in time for their annual conference.
Recently we had the opportunity to work with Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Association (VCERA) on a brand new website. Up until this process, their content was hidden deep within Ventura County’s extensive web presence.
VCERA was ready to break out and establish an online identity of their own so they could begin delivering the exceptional customer service online that their more than 15,000 active and retired members were experiencing in person.
This month’s improvements
- Fixed an issue where unchecking the “Remember me” checkbox when logging in did not create a session-only browser cookie. Note: we still recommend explicitly logging out when using a public or shared computer, because some browsers (such as Chrome) retain session cookies even after closing the browser.