The project lead at the Schroeder Institute, a part of the Truth Initiative, needed a way for researchers to easily recruit study participants. Our previous working relationship and her confidence in my work helped her choose Rad Campaign’s proposal. I was assigned as solo developer and project manager on this Drupal project.
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UX Architecture, Content Strategy, and Advocacy Communications Strategy
From user experience design to accessibility to content strategy to engagement, my experiences in web communications and non-profit advocacy have led me to what really works to motivate an organization's supporters and enabled me to make successful changes even in the most high-test environments.
After decades as a journalist, Anne H. wanted options to express her love of food and good nutrition, and potentially transition into a new career. She needed help creating a new platform.
Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers site wasn’t working for them. They chose Rad Campaign to help them redesign and develop their site to better serve audiences with diverse needs. I was assigned as the sole developer and project manager to help them build and optimize their new online presence.
When his previous webmaster changed careers Steven Brown of DC Massage Therapies needed a website solution that would allow him to easily maintain his own site and would help new clients find him as a provider.
While the redesigned Information Architecture and improved UX helped to turn Clean Water’s website into an asset for both supporters and the organization managing it in that format was not sustainable. To implement the organization’s newly created communications strategy Clean Water needed a content management system.
With a visual design that didn’t match the perceptions of staff members and supporters and with an information architecture that focused more on media relations on the campaigns, it was clear that Greenpeace USA needed a redesign.
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