This project is the culmination of all my work at RISD and a statement of my skills, style, and interests. The amount of work and research required for me to complete this project to a degree that I found acceptable was monumental, but I am exceeding pleased with the results. Because I am currently working on developing this into a legitimate business, some portions of my degree project are represented by only partial samples here, to protect the content that I have spent so much time and energy compiling and writing.
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The Cross Disability Coalition
The Cross Disability Coalition website is a central hub through which members from a variety of organizations can access and share information relating to disability services. I designed and constructed the site to meet ADA accessibility standards and maintain site content for the organization.
FamousFriends has been in the works for a long time: when I signed on to the project in 2005, the founder had already been working on it since her late teens. The function of the organization has evolved as she worked through the process of applying for 501 (c)3 status and the website has become more important than ever since FamousFriends became a web-based initiative. I was hired to reorganize the website for better flow and re-code the pages to be compatible with CSS for later additions and modifications, and I completely overhauled the design to better fit the organization's image. I now handle the website, letterhead, print collateral, and pretty much anything else that needs designing. It's been incredible to help such a great cause evolve, so please take a look and help the progress continue.