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Drupal Revamp of L’Association professionnelle des notaires du Québec’s Website

Since its foundation, L’Association professionnelle des notaires du Québec has been tasked with helping notaries work with integrity in the Quebec community so that they can provide the best services possible.

The Association recently asked MultipleMedia’s team to accompany it in the revamp of its website. The project’s objectives are to highlight the Association’s new branding, which includes a complete revision of the company’s logo and colours, but also to reach its clientele more effectively on all devices: desktop, tablet and mobile.

Originally developed using the Drupal 6 content management platform in a non-adaptive format, the Association’s website, www.apnq.qc.ca, offers its members an exclusive and secure section integrating, among other elements, a transaction shop, and a CRM (CiviCRM), allowing them to make their annual membership payments online.

In addition to updating the currently used version of Drupal, the first phase of the project will also be an opportunity to update the site’s information architecture and its graphic signature, in line with its new branding.

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