The CMP has a new website!

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The CMP has a new website!

Post by jmikeb653 » Fri Nov 07, 2014 7:01 pm

New and Improved Website
By Ashley Brugnone

After months of preparation and diligent work, the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) proudly announces the unveiling of its newly enhanced website. The new site includes 300-plus pages, covering more than 40-plus CMP programs, to serve as a guide into the current offerings, commitments and future endeavors of the CMP.

With a more clean, organized appearance, the website is now just as pleasant to look at as it is to use. The site is divided into main categories, such as Sales & Services, Competitions, Air Rifle, Clubs, Training & Tech and Communications. By clicking on any of these categories, additional content under those sections will become visible, as well as suggested content.

Along with a fresh facelift, the new design has transformed into a user-friendly site, with easy-to-navigate functionality. Breadcrumbs at the top of each page allow users to easily route back and forth through each page of content, if needed.

Both customer and competitor needs were carefully considered as each page was developed. New features permit quick access to frequently used site services.

For customers, the Sales page now links items to the CMP E-Store, making online ordering just a click away.

For competitors, information from Competition and Club Tracker is integrated into the CMP website. With this feature, users may now view a list of upcoming matches or a list of clubs, right on the site for their convenience.

A helpful Search feature also lets users find specific information fast and easily. The CMP's online magazine, The First Shot, is now embedded into the website, allowing articles to be located through keywords in the Search feature.

The site was designed and programmed by Wyoming, Inc., which also redesigned the CMP's Competition and Club Tracker software. The CMP and those within Wyoming, Inc. have been dedicated to spending countless hours making all of the site elements as accessible as possible to devoted customers and competitors.

If you have any suggestions for the new website on how to even better improve usability, please contact the CMP Communications Department at
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