NAPHL launches redesigned website at naphl.com
December 24, 2015
Today the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) is proud to debut of the redesign and launch of their website at www.naphl.com.
The website was redesigned to enhance user functionality, specifically with mobile devices, and has a new look to follow the same layout of the NAHL website at nahl.com. The league received some very positive feedback from the layout of the previous website, so the priority for the new design was to keep the user friendly model and enhance it with new graphics, color scheme, players and attention to detail.
“NAPHL.com has evolved into the epicenter for news and important information involving the North American Prospects Hockey League and it is imperative for us the make sure that the user experience is positive when they visit,” said NAPHL President and NAHL Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld. “With millions of pageviews per year, statistics tell us that naphl.com is the #1 way that our fans, players, scouts and others get their information regarding the NAPHL, so it is important for us to stay up-to-date with changing technology, along with keeping things fresh and easy to navigate through.”
The quick use buttons on the right hand side include link to watch all NAPHL games live through their official broadcast provider, FASTHockey. An Player Advancement section is also highlighted. This past season, the NAPHL moved a record number of players onto the next levels of hockey, including a record amount of players advancing to the NAHL, USHL and NCAA.
Links to the NAPHL’s hockey partners NAHL, NA3HL and NA3EHL are also included.
It also features a link to all of the NAPHL’s upcoming events like the 2015-16 season schedule of NAPHL Showcases, the NAPHL Top Prospects Tournament and the NAPHL Dean Cup Championship Tournament, which takes place annually in February.
The site is the official source for NAPHL scores and statistics provided by Pointstreak and additional features such as the Apex Learning Virtual School Peak Performers, a listing of annual NAHL tenders, as well as, the maps and history of the league, tryout information, hotel and rental car information for all league events and information on league partners and suppliers.
The NAPHL website was developed by NAPHL webmaster John Elftmann with the assistance and input of the NAPHL communications department.