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R2integrated helped rebuild the American Cancer Society website

The Baltimore-based design agency made cancer.org easier to navigate.

R2integrated's Inner Harbor office. (Courtesy photo)

The American Cancer Society relaunched its website on Wednesday, touting a more mobile-friendly and easier-to-use home on the web.
Behind the scenes, Baltimore-based agency R2integrated was involved in the rebuild.
R2i took redesigned assets and built them into a new cancer.org that features responsive design, improved navigation and a new way to filter news. The rebuild also involved migrating more than 10,000 pages of content to Adobe Experience Manager.
“Cancer.org serves as a comprehensive collection of cancer information for patients, survivors, caregivers, and volunteers,” ACS Enterprise web Marketing Leader Renee Ducre said in a statement. “The new site underscores our commitment to making crucial cancer information easily accessible to those who need it.”
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