Matrix Group Upgrades The Endocrine Society’s Web Presence with New Design

June 20, 2011

Matrix Group, an award-winning web design and development agency in the Washington D.C. area, announces the launch of a re-designed website for The Endocrine Society (TES). TES is the world's oldest, largest and most active organization devoted to research on hormones and the clinical practice of endocrinology.

TES’s membership consists of endocrinologists, as well as clinicians, researchers, educators, fellows and students, industry professionals and health professionals in the United States and abroad. 

As one of the most respected medical societies, TES needed to upgrade the design of its current website to better communicate itself as an organization that supports research and treatments of endocrine disorders, including diabetes, osteoporosis, thyroid disease and obesity. More importantly, it wanted to demonstrate the value of its organization to its members by better promoting its events, publications and other resources.

The website also needed to highlight its family of websites, including the prestigious Hormone Foundation, as well as showcase the relationship between the different web properties.

Matrix Group:

  • Re-organized the home page to better reflect the Society's priorities, and provide for a flexible branding area for featured initiatives.
  • Created a new look and feel for the website that positions that communicates the organization as a dynamic and highly respected organization in the medical field.
  • Implemented the design in the CommonSpot content management system (CMS).

"Matrix Group did a tremendous job gathering input from our various departments. They created a fresh, new look for our website," said Ted Morgan, Associate Director of Web Services. "Matrix's designers always impress us with their creations and, as always, the implementation team was excellent."

View the redesigned website at

Matrix Group is a member of PaperThin’s CommonSpot’s Partner Network. PaperThin is the creator of CommonSpot.