Global Village Project(GVP) is a school for refugee girls whose education has been interrupted. Founded in Clarkston, GA, one of the most diverse cities in the United States, GVP owes its success to the unique education model its staff has developed. They needed a website to showcase this.
Old vs New
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GVP’s site was outdated with no clear organization making it hard for people to use. GVP wanted to shift the focus of their site to their primary audience, donors and volunteers, and make the site reflect their welcoming, dynamic culture
First, we worked with the client to thoroughly reorganize their content, streamlining the users’ journey through the site. All removed content was accounted for and documented. The remaining content was rewritten to clearly tell their story.
GVP is focused on the arts to allow students to express themselves as they are learning a new language. Knowing this, our designer developed artistic elements he could use throughout the site. His design complements the content and reinforces the story. The bright colors emphasize the hopeful message of this non-profit.
Past, Present, & Future
GVP has an extensive blog showcasing years of success.
We imported the blog, working with the client to narrow down the categories for ease of use and filtering. We styled the pages to match the new design for seamless integration.
Donations and donor information are the lifeblood of any non-profit organization.
GVP uses Salesforce and Mailchimp to keep track of donations and keep their donors informed of all the good work they are doing. We set up web integrations with both Salesforce and Mailchimp to aid in this endeavor.
The result is a website that spotlights the wonderful work GVP does in our community. We were very proud to partner with this fabulous organization and help it further its mission.