GLOBIO

GLOBIO

Gerry Ellis is a bit of a globetrotter. As a nationally known photographer working for National Geographic and other international clients, he had felt a need to connect educators and donors in the U.S. with communities he’d visited in Africa and Asia to help save endangered species and broaden ecological awareness.

He founded GLOBIO in 2002 to provide interactive biodiversity resources for children. Since then it has evolved into a multi-faceted non-profit dedicated to biodiversity education and outreach via projects such as the Orangutan Tree Project, the LUCI Light Project, educator travel opportunities, the Apes Like Us channel on YouTube, and creating documentary films such as “Before They’re Gone.” The site has a strong fundraising focus and features an online shop to subsidize the projects.

This project was a joy to work on. In addition to the inspiration and opportunity to help make the world a better place, having Gerry’s amazing photos and films offered us an abundance of compelling images to work with. We are honored to have been a part of this project.

Rose City Yarn Crawl

Rose City Yarn Crawl

They Rose City Yarn Crawl had an amazing event. For four days, fiber fantatics from all over the Northwest converge on the yarn shops of Portland, shopping and sharing. Each shop features two patterns and the lead in to the festivities include two Mystery Along projects, where knitters follow along with a pattern but don’t know what it is until the project is finished. The previous site was not mobile friendly and did not showcase the amazing photos taken each year.

We came up with a site that features event calendars to easily add to calendars, an interactive map, lovely slide shows, ecommerce and an interactive patterns page. Instagram and Facebook feeds allowed the latest social media photos to be part of the site.

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

The World Forestry Center

This was our biggest challenge yet. The World Forestry Center has a museum, an international forester training program, a number of attractive rental spaces and a fundraising mission. The previous website was over a decade old and had grown chaotic. It was time to take an inventory of all the content and reorganize it. Incorporating user testing in the early stages helped prove the new structure made sense. The new site is easier to navigate and contains all the sections of the center.

  • UX Research and Testing 100% 100%
  • Information Architecture 100% 100%
  • Site Redesign 100% 100%
  • Responsive 100% 100%

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