By Topher Kline


2017 Top JCC Websites

Wednesday, February 28, 2018


The 10 Best JCC Websites in 2017

As we inch closer to the holidays, it’s time to pick our favorite Jewish Community Center websites from 2017.  

Some of the JCC websites chosen below reflect current 2017 trends, such as large/unique typography and hover effects, all while continuing to offer a clean and robust experience for the end user.

An important item for all JCC websites to remember is that Millennials have officially bypassed Gen Xers to become the largest group in the U.S. workforce. As Millennials move throughout their day from mobile to desktop and back, the expectation is that their online experience will be seamless and intuitive.

In the meantime, congratulations to the 10 Best JCC websites of 2017!


Dallas JCC

The Dallas JCC website showcases large hero images, clean schedule navigation, and targeted interior pages with relevant icons for their content.

Mandel JCC

Using brightly colored calls to action, such as a 7 day free pass and registering for camp, the Mandel JCC of Beachwood, OH, also features unique microsites which mirror the section you are visiting.

The Denver JCC

The Denver JCC features a unique alert bar for outages and notes, color-coded and easy-to-use main navigation, and a clean, user-friendly donation page.

The Levine JCC

The Levine JCC  of Charlotte, NC, boasts unique 2017 design trends with shading and hover effects, an easy newsletter sign-up from the main page, and an intuitive main navigation.

Northern Virginia JCC

Featuring a custom blog section and a unique area for special needs, the Northern Virginia JCC does not disappoint with its clean design and informative web experience.  

Jersey Shore JCC

The Jersey Shore JCC features a hover call to action button on each homepage hero image, quick links to high value info such as the pool schedule, and a “contact us” on every page to easily get in touch.

Merage JCC

The Merage JCC of Orange County, CA showcases bright colors across the home page, with highlighted tabs for their “join” and “contact” sections.  The site also includes a special menu for children 0 - 5, and a quick links section for fast access to popular content.

The J of Greater Kansas City 

The J of Greater Kansas City website features a five-day free trial quick link, a user-friendly class guide, and easy-to-find schedules.

Alper JCC

The fun and brightly colored Alper JCC website of Miami, FL, includes a unique section on arts & culture, multiple articles for every community group, and a news & events calendar located on almost every page.

Stroum JCC

The Stroum JCC website of Mercer Island, WA, offers a color-coded and branded menu for different departments, a donation page with high-value content, and an easy-to-join mailing list from interior pages.

Hope you enjoyed our 2017 roundup of JCC websites! If you know of a great JCC website, we’d love to see it! Share it with us below.



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