FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 12, 2017 – Longmont, Colorado. The Regional Air Quality Council has teamed with iCita to create a web portal for the Ozone Aware program. The site incorporates the OzoMeter application where people can log their trips and show how they have both saved ozone causing pollutants and money. Working closely with the RAQC team, iCita created a strategy to migrate the system from an outdated platform to a secure, functional, and visually appealing re-branding of the program.
Using fresh ideas and a new set of goals, iCita worked closely with the Communications Director at RAQC to create a design symbolic of the vision of the original OzoneAware program. People can now create an account and log their trip miles and the OzoMeter calculates the savings in pollutants and dollars. Being more designed for a mobile audience, allows OzMeter users to enter trip data easily while on the go.
The new responsive site and application is located at www.SimpleStepsBetterAir.org
About Regional Air Quality Council
The Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) is the lead air quality planning agency for the Denver metropolitan area. The Council’s main purpose is to develop plans and programs to keep the region in compliance with federal air quality standards with significant input from area citizens, business and local governments. The RAQC also oversees the development and implementation of air quality outreach and education programs throughout the region. For more information about the RAQC and its programs, visit www.RAQC.org.
About iCita llc
iCita (pronounced eye-SEE-ta) is a strategic marketing and technology company focused on cloud-based technologies and solutions. The iCita team has specific strategies that form a solid bridge between marketing and technology goals propelling their clients forward. The company is based Colorado and founded in 2001 in Boulder, at the very heart of the technology boom in the state.