Website Image Sourcing

Help St. Louis Anti-Violence Project source images for their website that help convey the importance of their mission and support their written content so it's easier to read and understand.
St. Louis Anti-Violence Project
Saint Louis, MO, USA
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St. Louis Anti-Violence Project
Saint Louis, MO, USA

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Posted March 29th

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What we need
  • A set of sourced visual assets (photography, stock images, illustrations, graphs, etc.)
  • Advice on how to use the visual assets on your site to support and explain written content
  • A list of recommended and/or selected images, including prices
  • Advice on requesting consent to use photography, if applicable (i.e., from the subject or photographer)
  • Note: This project is for sourcing only. If you need original visual assets, please post the Branded Digital Assets project
Additional details

We're looking for a set stock images to use on our website that have a coherent style and tone. We likely only need 5-7 images.

What we have in place
  • We currently have content outlines for each webpage, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have mission, vision, values to give you a sense of our org, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How this will help
This project will save us $1,132 , allowing us to save time on fundraising this money and allowing us to focus on our training and consulting work with our clients to help them be more inclusive.

This image sourcing project is one of the last stages before we attempt to completely redo our website from the ground up.

Project plan

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Prep: Introduction & Kick-Off
  • Volunteer Manager and Volunteer meet to discuss website goals and review existing website and/or written content
  • Volunteer Manager shares examples of websites for inspiration, if applicable
  • Volunteer Manager shares any existing visuals they have (e.g., photographs, illustrations, charts)
  • Volunteer Manager and Volunteer discuss budget for stock images, if applicable
  • Both parties review our pro-tips for Organizations and Volunteers to ensure the project is set up for success
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Milestone 1: Review Recommendations
  • Volunteer shares recommendations on where to place visual assets on website
  • Volunteer shares options for visual assets, including previews of stock images
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback
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Milestone 2: Finalize Visual Asset Selections
  • Volunteer provides final selections of visual assets for website
  • Volunteer helps the Volunteer Manager purchase any stock images, if applicable
  • Volunteer ensures that selected visual assets are formatted correctly for the site
  • Volunteer makes recommendations for next steps (i.e., working with a graphic designer to create new visual assets)
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About the org

St. Louis Anti-Violence Project
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Clair A.

Executive Director

Our mission

To raise awareness of the realities LGBTQ+ survivors of relational violence face and to help the organizations supporting them to be more inclusive (including shelters, crisis lines, and healthcare providers).

Testimonials

Alexis was quick to turnaround requested materials and was also very receptive to feedback. She helped us source images that will work perfectly on our website once it is completed. Her help is indispensable for making our site come alive in a way that matches our vision and mission. Thank you!
Clair A.
Clair A.

Executive Director

Website Image Sourcing Project

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