Digital & Web 2017-11-30T14:28:49+00:00

Digital & Web Design

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Committee to Protect Journalists • New York City
Website redesign
Summer 2013

The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization that promotes press freedom worldwide. CPJ ensures the free flow of news and commentary by taking action wherever journalists are attacked, imprisoned, killed, kidnapped, threatened, censored, or harassed.

project description

In collaboration with John Emerson and Arek Banasik, I worked on overhauling CPJ’s website. CPJ wanted a new website that would reflect a positive spin on their branding–moving away from the ‘darker’ tone of their then-current site; to better include visually compelling content including images, videos and data visualizations; to improve the user experience through more intuitive design elements; and to make social growth more likely by including more access points (share options.) They also needed the new site to be responsive, as they were seeing considerable growth in traffic from mobile and tablet users.

I was involved in talking to stakeholders about these objectives and possible features during the initial discovery period, as well as creating wireframes and design comps for multiple pages of the site across multiple mediums that were used as part of the final design.

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Fund for Global Human Rights • Washington D.C.
Website redesign
Summer/Fall 2014

Since 2003, the Fund for Global Human Rights has had one goal: to move human rights forward by providing resources and tools to the people and organizations on the ground who have real potential to generate positive change.

project description

In collaboration with John Emerson.

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Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund • Brooklyn, NY
Website rescue, Content management
August 2014 – Ongoing

The Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund is a $19.5 million grant program created with monies obtained through a settlement with ExxonMobil over its Greenpoint oil spill. GCEF’s goal is to fund projects that will address the Greenpoint community’s environmental priorities through a process that is open, transparent, and ensures ongoing engagement and partnership with the community.

project description

My role with GCEF extends beyond maintaining their website. I also create GCEF’s print materials including quarterly newsletters, newspaper ads, event posters, and more. Click to view my print-related work for GCEF.

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Human Rights in China • New York City
Website redesign
Winter 2012/2013

Human Rights in China is a Chinese non-governmental organization founded in March 1989 by overseas Chinese students and scientists. HRIC’s mission is to promote international human rights and advance the institutional protection of these rights in the People’s Republic of China.

project description

In collaboration with John Emerson.

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Long Island Sound Funders Collaborative • New York City
Website set-up and design
Summer 2015

The Long Island Sound Funders Collaborative is group of funders with missions that include protecting and restoring the Long Island Sound. The LISFC hopes to help sustain a Sound full of clean waters, healthy watersheds, thriving habitats and abundant wildlife.

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Kings County Tennis League • Brooklyn, NY
Website redesign; Content, social media, and email management
May 2012 – February 2015

Kings County Tennis League is a free tennis program that serves over 100 kids at four New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) locations in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. KCTL uses tennis as an instrument for youth development and mentoring, and community building. Note: I was also a KCTL volunteer instructor/mentor for four years at Tompkins Houses.

project description

My role at KCTL extended beyond web designer and online media coordinator. I also acted as copywriter, print designer, publicity contact, intern supervisor, photographer, community representative, head of the fundraising subcommittee, event management, and more. Click to view my print-related work for KCTL.

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World Privacy Forum • New York City
iBook
Summer 2015

The World Privacy Forum is dedicated to reimagining privacy in a digital era through groundbreaking, in-depth privacy research, analysis, and consumer education of the highest quality. Our vision is to empower people with the knowledge, rights, and tools they need to protect their privacy and shape their digital lives.

project description

In collaboration with John Emerson.