Client interviews, graphic design, photography, UX
July 2018: 3-week sprint
SEE IT LIVE
An outdated website that was difficult to navigate and did not engage their community of diverse stakeholders: beneficiaries, volunteers, donors and food access advocates.
Desktop and mobile-friendly website with contemporary design language, an updated logo and more interactivity, all the while maintaining a clear call to action.
GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGN CASE STUDY
Community Food Advocates
Community Food Advocates is a New York City-based nonprofit that fights to improve the health and well-being of low-income city residents by supporting publicly funded income and food support systems.
My partner and I built the site and its graphics with direct input from the team at Community Food Advocates. We met with the CFA team and asked some establishing questions, like, 'What do you need to accomplish with your site?' and 'Who do you want to reach?' With their insights, my partner and I brainstormed and did some initial quick drafts. Three weeks of iterations, edits and fine-tuned proofreading later, the site went live, and it continues to serve their organization and their fundraising, community organizing and advocacy initiatives.
Logo options sent to the team for feedback
Site architecture map