This website was designed for Health GAP's effort to pressure President Obama to take action on new data that proved providing HIV treatment to people reduces new HIV infections by 96%. The project includes a web video, a blog and petition built with DemocracyInAction, and several static pages. This was a quick project, which took less than a week to complete.
Project completed October 2011
POW Planet Project
The Math Forum at Drexel asked me to design the graphics for a blog they are launching soon. They described the target audience as Middle School students and teachers. I worked with them to realize that potential project funders and well as school district administrators were also key audiences for the site. We designed graphics that looked like modern websites, with custom icons and call-out text, while keeping the layout and color scheme in line with other Math Forum blogs. Because the site's audience is international, the graphics were designed intentionally to work in most internet browsers, and are small enough to load quickly even with slower internet speeds.
Project completed September 2011
Before this website was created, ACT UP used a simple blog platform. The group wanted a real website that was easy to update and matched the group's vision and aesthetics. The "Latest News" section automatically updates when blog posts are made, and several static sites were built.
Project completed August 2011
We Can End AIDS
Health GAP asked me to design a site to advertise a march in June 2011, but that could be easily updated with future actions at a later date. This site includes direct email sign-up integrated with DemocracyInAction, as well as blog-like sidebars on each interior static page.
Project completed May 2011
For a class on web design theory, I designed this mock-up of a site for a travel agency that caters to men with expensive tastes. The site features a wood background and a color-scheme that I affectionately titled "dark and dudely".
Project completed April 2011