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Openhouse-SF

Non Profit Website

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Project Summary

What does a web design refresh look like?⁠⠀
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One of our favorite types of projects is #nonprofitwebdesign because, in a way when we support a non-profit, we are also supporting their mission & vision. ⁠⠀
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During #pridemonth, we want to feature one of the non-profit organizations we have worked with. ✨⁠⠀
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This time around we worked with Openhouse-SF. So much of their mission aligns with our own brand values of inclusivity and showing as your true authentic self.⁠⠀
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Openhouse-SF wanted to improve its community members’ user experience on their website as well as an overall redesign. The majority of their members are LGBTQ seniors who have overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing housing, direct services, and community programs. ⁠⠀
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Founded in 1998, Openhouse-SF works to center the voices and experiences of LGBTQ+ older adults by providing opportunities to make social connections and build community.⁠⠀
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With that in mind, we created a beautiful and responsive #nonprotfitwebsite to reflect that both the needs of their community members as well as creating an overall brand to reflect the amazing work they are doing here in San Francisco for the LGBTQ+ Community⁠⠀
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Here is what what we did:⁠⠀
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⭐️ Reorganized the navigation to make it more streamlined ⁠⠀
⭐️ Added lots of fun color and more photos to reflect their brand values ⁠⠀
⭐️ Reorganized landing pages for better scan-ability ⁠⠀
⭐️ Streamlined their content and programs based on the most visited pages⁠⠀
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We wanted nothing but for Openhouse-SF to have an online presence that reflects what their organization represents.

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