LOS ANGELES — The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) has announced the launch of its revamped website at ASACP.org.
The move coincides with the 20th Anniversary of the association’s founding.
The site offers a fresh new look, with modernized features and improved functionality, while retaining the vast amounts of information and easy access to resources offered by the previous site design, which was originally unveiled in mid-2009.
A year later, in early 2010, ASACP launched a Spanish version of its website, and has made some incremental improvements since, but according to Executive Director Tim Henning, the site was due for an overhaul — and the timing couldn’t be better.
“As we celebrate two decades of success and continue to advance our mission, it became clear that an update to our flagship site was in order,” Henning says. “It’s now 2016, and as a tech-forward organization, it’s important for us to stay abreast of evolving technology.”
“This includes making ASACP.org more mobile friendly,” Henning added, “with additional upgrades planned for the future.”
ASACP continues to develop new initiatives for coping with a fast-changing technological environment, where live cams, mobile devices, virtual reality, and more, present challenges to keeping children out of and away from age-inappropriate materials — but it can only do this with the limited financial support it receives from its sponsors, members and contributors — making ongoing support more important now than ever before.
A new article details the association’s founding, history, mission, achievements and awards, which can be read here, on the freshly revamped ASACP website.
For more information, visit ASACP.org or email email@example.com.