Sometimes a few changes can have a big impact, especially if they put a fresh spin on what's already good. In this case a new, more modern website was built for Eaton Hill Nature Center & Preserve with the intention of being more intuitive for visitors. In order to effectively coordinate the design for the site, the original logo for the nature center (which we also designed) was reimagined to be fresher and friendlier. All in all, the elements work together to be as inviting, cheerful, and unique as the nature center and the 37 beautiful acres it sits atop.
Re-vamped every few years or so, the site for Eaton Hill Nature Center & Preserve is built to be warm, inviting, and as charming as the 37 acre nature center it represents. The website also keeps the logo for the non-profit (which features artwork by artist Margie Crisp) front and center with a fixed header.Launch Website
The logo for Eaton Hill prominently features a linocut by Texas artist Margie Crisp. The bird in question is none other than the Black-capped Vireo, a rare species that visits the 37 acre preserve in abundant numbers to nest each year.