Client: San Diego Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses Association
Date: June 2017
The San Diego Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses Association approached me about help for their website, as they were moving to new hosting. When I went to get the source files, I found it had been built on a 'site builder' and would not be able to be moved as it was. I suggested an update and a move to a WordPress website. This way they could make future updates themselves. A big push for this redesign was the mobile aspect & the ability to purchase tickets to their fundraiser(s). I wanted to make sure that the content was very usable at the smaller screen sizes as well as readable. The scope of the project requested that I utilize off the shelf community supported projects to build the website, so that they would not have to hire a developer every-time they wanted to make a change of function. We selected Zerif Lite developed by ThemeIsle to be their base, as I helped make the changes requested to the default styles. We worked together to select the proper layouts for internal content and create a dynamic & engaging homepage.