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Oklahoma Deaf and Hard of Hearing Transition Coalition

Oklahoma Deaf and Hard of Hearing Transition Coalition Website on May 06, 2016

Oklahoma Deaf and Hard of Hearing Transition Coalition

Levant loves to work with nonprofit organizations. We not only go out of our way to seek out nonprofit clients, but we also offer them a discount on both the base price of our services and hosting. It’s our way of saying thank you for providing vital services that make our community a better place.

A recent client of ours, DHHTC, or the Oklahoma Deaf and Hard of Hearing Transition Coalition, wanted a brand new site that would not only provide information on deaf/hard of hearing issues, but also be intuitive and easy to look at.

“Levant made website development a breeze,” said Jonathon Cook, Programs Manager for Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services. “Our organization had some ideas about what we wanted our site to include, but we didn’t have an exact vision of how we wanted it to look. Levant sat down with us, went over a few details, and were able to create a beautiful, clean site that exceeded our expectations.”

With DHHTC, we were starting from scratch instead of giving an old site a facelift. As a result, Levant’s Creative Director, Victor Moyer, was able to create an attractive and functional look for the organization’s online presence that met their exact specifications.

“Being a new organization with no web development experience, we honestly didn’t have a strong idea of what we could do for a site,” Jonathon said. “But Levant was patient, insightful, and took what seemed to be an overwhelming process and made it easy.”

That’s what we pride ourselves on at Levant: we make the website development process easy, so you can continue to focus on your life and career and stop worrying whether or not you paid for a quality online presence. We do what we do to give you a worry-free web experience.  

For more information on DHHTC, check out their new site at www.okdhhtc.org

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