WordPress Web Design

Mad Bird Design created a fresh new website for Coyote Trails School of Nature – an independent nonprofit dedicated to providing hands-on, outdoor nature education for people of all ages. The redesign reflects Coyote Trails’ transition to a stronger focus on adult educational programs, as they evolve into a more mobile school – running week-long wilderness training programs in Alaska, New Mexico, British Columbia, and Africa.

As we transitioned Coyote Trails’ old website from Joomla to WordPress, the redesign presented an opportunity to streamline navigation, add online payment functionality for class registration and donations, and connect to Mailchimp email newsletters and social media platforms. The design is flexible, visually appealing, and adapts to the capabilities of modern devices and screen sizes.

Michele also redesigned the website for a Coyote Trails documentary film – Earth Seasoned #GapYear – to add a WooCommerce online store and ecommerce functionality, improve social media connections, highlight film reviews and screenings, official trailer, news coverage and press kit.

“Mad Bird is so good at matching your business focused needs to your web profile. Michele is quick to respond and a professional to work with. Her solutions always have the clients’ business goals in mind which translates to a clear interaction for your customer as they navigate your site.”

Joe Kreuzman, Founder, Coyote Trails School of Nature

“I’ve known Michele for some time now … it all started with the website for my film, Earth Seasoned, then we had her redesign top to bottom the website for my husband’s wilderness camp Coyote Trails School of Nature. Later I recommended her for a redesign of Film Southern Oregon’s website and most recently for the The Hearth’s Finding Our Way Conference. Every time, I felt both confident and excited to share her and her work with the world! I look forward to seeing what she’ll do next and know that whoever is on the receiving end of her skills and services will be absolutely delighted!”

Molly Kreuzman, Co-Director, Coyote Trails School of Nature