Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities lacks a way to easily and efficiently communicate with their members.

    A mobile-friendly website was necessary because the organization’s previous site lacked responsiveness.

    Students and parents can filter classes to meet their needs, while staff can now input scheduling information online and only once.

    A digital save-the-date email was created for the organization’s annual Día del Sol fundraiser.

The Users

    Donors

    Want to donate funds, see organization’s activity, and learn about Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities.

    Volunteers

    Want to sign up to volunteer and learn about the organization.

    Neighbors

    Want to easily sign up for classes, become members, and see what classes and programs are available.

    Staff

    Want to save time when updating schedules, easily add new website content, and have easy to follow brand guidelines.

The Brand

Six brand concepts were presented at an event to gather feedback from the community members, staff, and board members.

The Brand: Community Feedback

Attendees were able to make comments on each concept, as well as vote for their favorites.

Smartwatch screens showing one notification example of a ready order and another example of an incorrect order.

The Website

The website allows Neighbors to sign up for classes and provides staff an easy and efficient way to update their class and program listings.

Branded letterhead, business card, and pencils.

Key screens include Events, Who We Are, Get Involved, and Classes & Programs. Neighbors can learn about upcoming events, become members, sign up to volunteer, learn about programs, and sign up for classes all online.

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