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Help Women on Change overhaul their website with a user friendly UX design to make it easy for people to understand what the organization does and how they can support their work.
Women on Change
Washington, DC, USA
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Posted July 14th

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What We Need
  • Overhaul of the organization and structure of the Organization's existing website, or UX design for a new website
  • Clear map of website’s structure (sitemap) with wireframes to accompany the layout; wireframes may include homepage, section pages, content detail pages, and form pages
  • Flowcharts or specifications for the interactive features of the website
  • A summary of the system components that will need to be styled for the site
  • Note: We recommend this project for custom websites. If your site is built on a CMS platform like Wordpress or Squarespace that offers design templates, you may not need a UX design. Check out our Website Content Plan project for help designing a CMS-based website
Additional Details

Looking to make sure that our website serves the audience intended. The website needs a major revamp and we are working with a volunteer to update it, however, we need to ensure it meets the needs of those we serve to market our work. We are open to to ideas and excited to work with someone with experience.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have A website and volunteer to help with the updates needed., which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have The team to support and all contents., and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $11,946 , allowing us to With this support, we are able to further our mission to support up to 20 youths in our program for a year.

Without the correct website, we cannot share the work we do. This is the first interface that to our work and it means everything to allow us to share our impact and where we are going.

Project Plan

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Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides link to existing website (if applicable) and relevant background materials such as existing marketing collateral and technical considerations like the platform that the site will be built on
  • 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: Brainstorm
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager connect to discuss goals of the website, target audience, and types of content the website will feature
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Milestone 2: Sitemap
  • Professional creates a first draft of the site map and submits to Volunteer Manager for review
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional discuss feedback and determine the pages that require wireframes
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Milestone 3: Wireframes
  • Professional creates wireframes and delivers to the Volunteer Manager
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager collaborate on the revision process, and incorporate agreed upon edits
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Milestone 4: Presentation of Deliverable
  • Professional finalizes the wireframes, user interface flow and specifications for the visual designer
  • Professional offers any additional advice for Volunteer Manager as they enlist a Visual Designer and Developer to implement the UX Plan
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About The Org

Women on Change
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Our Mission

Women on Change (WoC) 501(C)(3) Partners to empower parents and children, individuals up to 40 years old to thrive, by investing in their creative entrepreneurship endeavors.

We envision | resilient communities that eradicate the cycle of challenges through continuous learning.

Our mission is to be | A resource partner for untapped creativity.

Approach | We invest, train, motivated and inspired entrepreneurs, skilled mentors and volunteers age 18-30 years, as they invest in 8-18 years old youth.

Values | Teamwork | Resiliency | Leadership | Growth

What We Do

We provide entrepreneurial project based learning and generational mentoring to break the cycles of challenges for communities.