We were stunned back in September to receive an offer from a local web designer we’d never met to create a new site for PHC. Dave Napiwocki offered to design a completely new site and recruited Bryan Hoffman to help with the development, sharing some of the huge time commitment. They worked on this project in their spare time, outside of their full-time jobs: Dave as Marketing Director at Keller Williams Park City, and Bryan as principal of Spigot Design.
Web design and technology change rapidly, and maintaining an up-to-date presence on the Web takes time and, usually, costs a lot. This new design not only looks fresher; the application is easier for staff to update our patients, supporters and volunteers with what’s going on. We now have a Google-powered map to our new location, more pages in Spanish, an event calendar, and are working to integrate a volunteer signup calendar. It’s much easier to post news – please notice our new blog format and join in the conversation.
We marvel at the time they have given, and will continue to give, as they support the website with training and technical work in the upcoming ………months………years. When we met recently to review the punch list before launching the site, we asked them why they volunteered such an effort. Bryan views it this way: “While legislators debate, the PHC delivers. It’s very rewarding to be able to use my skills to support such a superb organization. Keep up the great work, PHC!”
Dave described his desire to help: “People’s Health Clinic provides our community with an incredibly valuable service and with times only getting tougher they are faced with an ever growing patient base. In these times it is so important that we help organizations like PHC – who fill such an important void in our community.”
Thanks to Dave and Bryan – two more of the community members who make the People’s Health Clinic what it is!
By Sarah Klingenstein shown in above photo with Dave Napiwocki and Bryan Hoffman