Ambonare redesigned four websites for the Office of Court Administration, including the Texas Courts Online, the Office of the State Prosecuting Attorney, the State Commission on Judicial Conduct and the Texas Indigent Defense Commission. We started with information architecture development, created the new site architecture and navigation flows, redesigned all four websites with site specific style guides to render the pages with modern look and feel, and leveraged our expertise in Responsive Web Design to create responsive templates so that the sites can be conveniently viewed on mobile devices. We configured the Umbraco content management system, and implemented all templates inside the content management system.

Accessibility tests were performed on all page templates to ensure they are compliance with mandatory accessibility standards, including Section 508, WCAG 2.0, TAC 206 and TAC 213.

At the end of the project we launched those four websites into a staging environment, and provided administrative user’s guide and training on the new content management system.

Texas Courts Online
http://www.txcourts.gov/

The Office of the State Prosecuting Attorney
http://www.spa.state.tx.us/

The Texas Indigent Defense Commission
http://tidc.texas.gov/

The National Association for Court Management (NACM) presented the 2015 Top 10 Court Websites Award during its annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky, on July 16 to the Texas Judicial Branch website based on Ambonare’s work! Official Award Article: http://www.txcourts.gov/oca/news/oca-awarded-one-of-nacm-top-10-court-websites.