The city of Dayton has just revealed their new branding, created by The Ohlmann Group, a Dayton based advertising agency. The blue and green logo plays homage to our flight history in a modern way. The contract for the new look and branding was for $25,000.
Along with a new logo, a brand new website was also introduced.The new site features a much-improved search function, electronic forms, sections for business, residents and an easy navigate “I Want To” section that guides you contacts, forms, volunteer opportunities and more.
You can also sign up for notifications about, construction, job openings, city meetings and more through text message or email using Thunderclap, a social meadia crowdspeaking platform. During the week of September 26, the city will randomly select 10 Thunderclap participants to receive a “swag bag” of tech goodies that will show off your Dayton pride.
The website was created by a Manhattan, KS firm, CivicPlus, which specializes in government website design. The contract with CivicPlus was just under $60,000 for the new website.