Student Development/Campus Life:
One of my goals at Saint Louis University was to create a unified look among Student Development’s 14 departments. Information was out of date or hard to find, and the majority of pages were lacking meta information. Pages were also lacking in any design elements outside of straight paragraph text (imagery, videos, style, div/tables, etc). Elements we added to the pages include imagery built in to elements, dynamic responsive buttons and elements, easily located contact information and a unified look across offices.
The archdiocese needed a new intranet portal to help organize company-wide documents, forms, bulletin boards, HR resources, and everchanging contact information all in one attractive package. With sensitive materials that needed to be locked for only specific users, every part of the site has detailed user levels that tie into our IT database for automatic updates.
The process included focus groups from key stakeholders and users, wireframes, multiple mockups and designs, and admin training sessions.
The Office of Vocations wanted a more attractive website that was mobile friendly, dynamic, visually appealing with more imagery, and a reorganization of content. We also included an analysis of other vocations websites, audience definition and a focus on user needs to rebuild the site from all levels.
4 Paws 4 Rescue:
This rescue organization set up their original website with no budget when they first started in 2009, and hadn’t updated it in 8 years. It wasn’t doing anything to help get the dogs adopted or raise funds for animals in need, not to mention being stagnant, not-mobile-friendly, and very minimal on information. I knew I could help them with my skills, and offered to completely redesign their entire web platform. See the entire site at 4paws4rescue.com
Central Aussie Rescue & Support:
The CARS WordPress site was a fresh original site. We wanted to stand out and offer a diverse website, and offer breed education resources along with the adoptable animals. Every pet page had a large gallery of photos, quick facts about the dog, often an embedded video.
Unfortunately, when the new website admin took over after 2 years, they decided to change the website’s theme to one they built. The original CARS theme was repurposed to the 4 Paws website.
The St. Louis Review wanted a very clean structured look to accompany their many individual blogs. The home page icons could alternate depending on what blogs were active at the time.
Social Media Marketing
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