New fully responsive website design and development for the Vermont Center for Independent Living. WordPress Meets Section 508 and WCAG accessibility criteria
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania This project was a website redesign for the Pennsylvania Council on Independent Living (PCIL). The PCIL is the membership association of Centers for Independent Living (CILs) in Pennsylvania. The new site includes: Extensive search functions including Find a Center for Independent Living by county or service. Mobile responsive design for ease of use on any screen size Social… Continue Reading Website: PA Council on Independent Living
After our initial re-branding project (read more about that project), the Disability Empowerment Center contracted me to provide Marketing Manager services for a standard monthly fee. As part of this services, I provide: Regular website updates to content, their event calendar, and blog Complete management of their social media on Facebook and Twitter including postings, advertising, events, audience engagement and… Continue Reading Graphic Design: Disability Empowerment Center
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania This project was a website redesign for the Pennsylvania Statewide Independent Living Council (PASILC). The PASILC is a nonprofit, cross-disability, consumer-controlled council, appointed by the Governor, to represent individuals with disabilities. The new site includes: Extensive search functions including Find a Center for Independent Living by county or service. As well as a Find Your Elected Officials option. Mobile responsive… Continue Reading Website: PA Statewide Independent Living Council
Design of an introductory presentation video for the Disability Empowerment Center.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania is my hometown and will always hold a special spot in my heart Through some connections, I learned about the Disability Empowerment Center and the amazing work they do. I was taken by their mission to empower people with disabilities and impressed by the commitment that 60% of staff and board members must be individuals with disabilities. Unfortunately… Continue Reading Branding: Disability Empowerment Center