Here at Mindshare Labs, we’re constantly studying new and emerging technologies and we regularly seek creative ways to implement them into our projects, making the products that we engineer and design not only sleek and intuitive, but also reliable and modern. With every projects comes a unique opportunity to use ingenuity and creativity to give our client’s the best product possible – and the Conservation Easement Database by the Trust for Public Land was no exception.

With a database holding hundreds of thousands of Conservation Easements – or pieces of land reserved for conservation – the Trust for Public Land came to us with the task of creating a web application allowing users to easily query the database in a multitude of ways using a large variety of parameters.

For example, a user would be able to query the database for all of the easements that are located in the state of Maine or just as easily query all easements established in 1984. User’s would also have the ability to group search queries together, as well. For example, a user would easily be able to search for all of the easements with an area between 250 and 500 square acres within the Pulaski county of Arkansas. The possibilities are endless.

On top of the web application, we were also tasked with designing a sleek web design using an easy to manage WordPress CMS backend.<