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Revamped and Ready: GSUSA Council Website Migrations are Complete


After a year of hard work, Taylor Brand Consulting has wrapped up new site migrations for seven Girl Scout councils located around the United States (and one overseas). Each council underwent a major web migration process, resulting in a seamless and user-friendly experience for parents, volunteers, and Girl Scouts themselves. This process was a collaborative effort between the organization and Taylor Brand Consulting, and has been incredibly rewarding for all involved.

One of the main benefits of the new website is its ease of use. The site is now fully responsive, allowing for easy navigation on any device. This is especially important for busy parents and volunteers who need quick access to information on-the-go. In addition, the site now features streamlined registration processes, making it easier for new members to join and for existing members to renew their memberships.


Updates to the website have also made it easier for volunteers to find resources and training materials. The new Volunteer Toolkit provides a comprehensive collection of resources, including meeting plans, activity guides, and training videos. This toolkit allows volunteers to spend less time planning and more time engaging with their Girl Scout troops.


For Girl Scouts themselves, the new website offers a variety of features to enhance their experience. The site now includes a customizable dashboard, where girls can track their progress and earn badges and awards. Additionally, the site includes a new social component, allowing girls to connect with each other and share their experiences.


Overall, the web migration process has been a huge success for councils we worked with within Girl Scouts of the USA. The new site offers a seamless and enjoyable experience for parents, volunteers, and Girl Scouts themselves. The collaboration between the organization and Taylor Brand Consulting has been incredibly gratifying, and sets a great example for future web development projects.

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