New website features bold imagery, easy navigation, and a fresh face for Downtown Tampa
Tampa Downtown Partnership is proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned website, TampasDowntown.com. The new website features a clean design that showcases Tampa’s urban core to residents, workers, business owners, and visitors alike.
“Our new design is dynamic and most importantly, it is mobile friendly,” said Kelsy Van Camp, Director of Marketing and Communication, Tampa Downtown Partnership. “Mobile users make up fifty percent of the traffic to our website so it is vital that we have a website that is easy to use with a hand-held device.”
The new design allows for users to easily access information based on their interests â live, work, play, or stay. “Our organization serves all of Downtown users from the visitor to the business owner, investor, resident, and worker,” said Greg Minder, Chair, Tampa Downtown Partnership Board of Directors. “Now our website offers a quick way for those groups to find content that really matters to them, including our comprehensive reports.”
Visitors to the website gain access to a variety of information including Downtown developments and travel options via the Interactive Map to a listing of live music happening Downtown each week in the Play section.
Similar to the previous website design, Tampa Downtown Partnership continues to collect and promote Downtown events and encourages event planners to submit their events via the online form to showcase all that is happening Downtown.
Tampa Downtown Partnership’s new website also provides a unique opportunity for locals to share their Downtown experiences and insider tips. “Urban Insiders are very proud of their city and enjoying sharing their tips on everything from where to buy a croissant to favorite stops along the Riverwalk,” said Van Camp. “Our community is so welcoming and diverse – this platform allows us to truly reflect Downtown Tampa’s unique culture.”
New Features for TampasDowntown.com:
Tampa Downtown Partnership celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2016 with the goal of advancing Tampa’s Downtown.
View a two minute tour of the website.