Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Site Name and Description:
Content-heavy site with multiple navigations linking to various programs, articles and informational documents.

Mission: To preserve, protect and perpetuate fish, wildlife and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities.

URL: http://wdfw.wa.gov/

Type: Government

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

Design overview:
The site has a clean, organized and efficient design for the purpose of handling an overload of content and information. A bit sterile in look and feel, the navigation filters content for the users to search what they’re looking for by category. There is a search box.

Residents and visitors to the State of Washington who are interested in outdoor activities, local wildlife and conservation.

Agency/Site Goals:
To achieve our mission, we will continue to focus our activities on the following four goals:

  1. Conserve and protect native fish and wildlife;
  2. Provide sustainable fishing, hunting and other wildlife-related recreational experiences;
  3. Use sound business practices, deliver high-quality customer service;
  4. Maintain a highly skilled and motivated workforce.
State general fund and wildlife

State general fund and wildlife account for 47% of funding

Bills signed by
Governor Gregoire
2SSB 5622 – State land recreation access
SSB 5385 – State wildlife account
HB 1698 – Recreational fishing
SSB 5036 – Vessel & species removal fee
HB 1340 – Unlawful hunting of big game
SHB 1148 – Spot shrimp license
Social media integration:
Homepage links to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, RSS, a calendar and mobile
Social integration

Links to Social integration

Technologies Used:
HTML, CSS with RSS feeds

Team members: Thor and Derek


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