Welcome to the new ACIC web site!
Here you will find exciting new features to help you access current model forms, panel papers and conferences linked to members’ profiles and many more resources that have been organized pursuant to a custom-built taxonomy. Locating what you need is simpler than ever.
Do you know a name but not the face face of an ACIC member? Our new digital directory features the ability for members to upload a picture, paste in a bio and add the URL for your LinkedIn account. Each member can update her own profile, change user names, passwords and more. We’ll connect better as members and it’s very easy to do – give it a whirl!
While we no longer have columns with ivy, we designed the site with a clean, sleek and uncluttered look with plenty of white space in the background. We have a new ACIC logo that some affectionately call the “Pac-man”. Each landing page showcases in blue monochrome the skylines of the many cites represented by the ACIC’s membership. We especially like the view of One World Trade Center in New York City’s financial district featured on the home page. In advance of our Spring Forum, we’ll display Chicago’s beautiful skyline on the home page. We are very pleased with the site’s responsive design – the ACIC site displays beautifully and functions well on your computer, tablet and smart phone.
This is phase one of our new site. Coming soon are features including the ability to register for events and renew your membership online, a list of committees for members and newsletter functionality that will keep our industry informed about the ACIC via email, our site, LinkedIn and more.
We are very grateful for all the hard work in building our site over the last year. DrupalEasy’s Michael Anello has a worldclass operation with the helpfulness of your local hardwood store. Amy Stewart provided our design, including the cool blue monochrome and new logo. Madeiline Crouch’s Becky Tiemann personified service with a smile.
Feedback? Let us know what you think of the new site on our members’ forum.
Tim Brennan, Clint Woods and Tom O’Connor