In the summer of 2013, I volunteered to be a part of Give Camp Las Vegas, a weekend hack-a-thon that brings technology and marketing professionals together who donate their time and talents to build software solutions for local nonprofits from apps to databases and donor management tools to web sites (source). Through Give Camp, I was connected to Project AngelFaces, a local charity run by the spirited Rhonda Killough. Our team set out to provide technology support for PAF along with a fresh new look for the organization.
Unfortunately, the work that was done at Give Camp never came to complete fruition. Rhonda K was left in the lurch with a lovely new brand, but without the website or database that she desperately needs. That’s when I and a couple of the members of the original team came forward and decided that we at least had to get her website back online. I created a basic WordPress website that implements Project AngelFaces’s brand new look, their organization’s mission, as well as their very important events calendar. I also updated PAF’s Facebook page to reflect the new brand and added a few custom tabs as special added touches of branding detail.
Thanks to Lucky Girl Designs for providing hosting services, IT, contract, and moral support.
Also, be sure to check out the new organization branding I designed for Project AngelFaces right over here.