This prominent nonprofit's site needed a complete refresh to bring their visual and UX design up to current standards. Over the course of just three months I led a design team through branding exercises, template creation, a complete component library, and a waterfall-style handoff.
This nonprofit site had a well-established vision and brand, but that wasn't coming through clearly on their current site. The visual design was inconsistent from page to page and wasn't applied in a way that fit the light and airy vibe that the nonprofit team was looking for. The redesign effort would involve switching to a new CMS as well, so the design effort needed to support all the components and stlyings that system would need.
As a designer in the Government and Public Services practice at Deloitte I get to bring creative design solutions to federal, state, and nonprofit clients. It's rewarding to get to make products that help support our communities, but it also means that sometimes the details of those projects have to stay under wraps. This nonprofit is a real client, but their name has been changed to anonymize this project.
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