Snoopy implies more action and surfaces info that's a little more unique to the MCC approach.
Ways to Connect
Projects & Communities
Approach: I wanted to create one that was a bit more action oriented or implied more results. So I added the language Ways to Connect to give new people a quick rundown of how to meet people and get plugged in. And then added a section Projects & Communities to highlight Sheridan Story, Partnerships, the work of missional communities, and more. Downside: More words in the navigation.
Approach: Made this even more focused on first-time visitors by adding Service Times (might not be the best term, but might be clear) Downside: Community members must rely on footer navigation for calendar and CCB login.
Homepage Process Trio
Get Connected (links to Ways to Connect)
Get Trained (links to Training)
Start Something New (links to Projects and Communities)
Approach: Maybe aligns a little closer with the MCC ministry philosophy and, again, indicates a bit more movement. Start Something New addresses what happens after you've had some training. It could point people to the Projects and Communities section where they could see what people in MCC have done and get inspired to build their own missional community or start something new in their space. Downside: The flow here no longer has a focus on first-time visitors. It certainly gives them more of a feel for what MCC is about (which is also beneficial), but doesn't provide them quick access to Sunday info.
Approach: Added Calendar. Downside: We might run out of Footer space since you'll want organization name and contact info repeated in Footer as well.
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