Catholic Leadership Institute is a well-respected nonprofit which provides training and consulting for a significant proportion of dioceses across North America. They contacted us looking for a new website that would allow them to better highlight the quality of their organization, clarify the varied services they offer, and communicate more effectively and directly with their key audiences. We really enjoyed working with their focused, talented team as we built them a custom designed, fast, responsive site that will enable them to take their online communications to the next level.

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Content Strategy

We advised them on a complete overhaul of their online content strategy – structuring and editing the complex array of information they had to convey into channels that made sense for all their audiences. Then we crafted the site around a central stream of varied content – maximizing the value of their communication efforts. Landing pages utilize custom blocks to quickly and effectively communicate to existing and new audiences as needed, motivating them to action. We were able to create this highly specific, customized solution in a way that's simple for them to handle on the back end using Craft CMS.


Custom Design

We extended their moderately recent rebrand onto the web, building clean, strong visual design that wouldn't obfuscate the content. The front-end design responds smoothly to any size of device, reflecting the reality of contemporary web-browsing.

Responsive website

“I’m happy to give my absolute highest recommendation to Sid and Highland Creative. Sid was a joy to work with. He was so easy to collaborate with, and he truly helped us translate the heart of our mission into our site. His faith is very strong and that is a huge asset to his creative abilities. He also happily entertained all of our many questions and ideas. Our site is beautiful, holy, interactive, and modern; Sid has truly helped us create a website that reflects our bold, forward-thinking vision and invites others to be a part of it!”
Rebecca Reilley, Director of Philanthropy, Catholic Leadership Institute