Politics is the dry matter? Not for the Hanns Seidel Foundation, which especially wants to get young people excited about political issues and political commitment. After the comprehensive relaunch of the online portal, a clear text and the clean "look & feel" make content easier to understand and attractive to the reader. Solr Search presents results at lightning speed so that they can quickly find the content they want. And that on more than 20 country pages, in 17 languages under one TYPO3 roof.
"In the service of democracy, peace and development" the Hanns Seidel Foundation, which was founded in 1967 and is close to the CSU, is a political foundation that provides political education at home and abroad based on a Christian worldview. It is named after the former Bavarian Prime Minister and CSU Chairman Hanns Seidel. With its specialist departments, it is active in the areas of political advice, political education, gifted education and development cooperation with around 90 projects in around 60 countries worldwide.
The good text lives - especially on the Internet - from a clear visual structure. Image elements or text passages highlighted in colour make it easier to read and thus increase the chance that the message and content will be optimally perceived by the recipient. With the relaunch, the +Pluswerk team is tackling a real mammoth task and is transferring all the content of the existing presence into a new, optimized structure. Attractive landing pages make you want more and draw visitors to the website. And so that he does not get lost there, despite the almost unmanageable flood of information, Solr technology ensures that the content he is looking for appears on the screen in fractions of a second.
The web special fjs.de, which pays tribute to the politician Franz Josef Strauss and his estate and documents his travels in a "historically correct" Google Maps view from 1980, is created on the same technical basis.