In 2018, she completely redesigned the website.
It’s easy to navigate, mobile-ready, and promotes restoration of Graeser Park in Robbinsdale and preservation of Rock Island in St. Louis Park, MN.
Karen donates all time and expenses for restorelilacway.com, including
- research for photos, facts and history
- writing, proofing and editing all copy for web format in desktop and mobile devices
- design and creation of this mobile-friendly WordPress web site
- editing and retouching in Photoshop for all images
- presentations to communities to raise public awareness
- presentations to key decision-makers to encourage restoration efforts
- updating the site to include progress and efforts to restore and maintain Lilac Way
- project management
- printing and promotional materials
As a website designer and project manager, Karen’s super-organized.
With experience in WordPress and other CMS, she can jump in on any project.
Looking to launch a new website, or update your current site?
Email Karen to be heard above the digital roar.
Growing up in St. Louis Park, she loved the rows of lilacs planted along Highway 100.
Her dad told her, ‘You didn’t drive on Lilac Way, you drove TO Lilac Way.”
Robbinsdale group forms non-profit group for future Graeser Park fundraising
Formed by residents of Robbinsdale, the new Graeser Park Restoration & Preservation (GPR&P) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with one mission – future fundraising to restore Graeser Park. Read blog post.
Laukkonen Design is not a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations made to Karen Laukkonen or restorelilacway.com are not tax deductible and are applied to website and Lilac Way promotion expenses.