San Diego Pride, in partnership with web design firm Jacob Tyler, has officially unveiled its revamped website aimed to better serve its mission of fostering pride, equality, and respect for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities locally, nationally, and globally.
Pride was once a one-day march and rally but has evolved into an organization that centers itself on year-round civic engagement, including youth programs, servicemember outreach, advocacy, international diplomacy, philanthropy, and more. The new website reflects that growth and tells the full story of what Pride has become.
“Today we’re unveiling a brand new website that meets the needs of our ever-evolving organization and community,” said Executive Director Fernando Lopez. “Our new, mobile, adaptive website has new and improved accessibility features, automatically adapts to your browser’s language settings, uses our reach to highlight events for other LGBTQ-serving organizations, and better tells the story of how our organization works in our community 365 days a year.”
“We were thrilled to be approached by San Diego Pride to assist with their rebrand online,” said Les Kollegian, CEO at Jacob Tyler Brand & Digital Agency. He added, “Our team fully supports the LGBTQ community and is proud that we were able to enhance the website user experience and look and feel to properly represent the quality and commitment San Diego Pride offers to the community.”
For a list of LGTBQ events in San Diego, visit sdpride.org/events
For a full list of San Diego Pride programs and coalitions, visit sdpride.org/programs
San Diego Pride weekend is only 64 days away. For more information about how to get involved and to buy tickets visit sdpride.org