Before moving to NY, Chris and I attended this young adult church plant in Philadelphia. As their secretary I found it important that they have a website that was easy to navigate, gave a good description of who they are, and was mobile friendly. When I first came to the area I tried to find other churches in the area but it was hard to know what they were like online. This is what gave me the inspiration to make a difference for churches wanting to reach out to this younger generation.
I had a lot of fun creating this site and being able to photograph this artist. Unfortunately, she is no longer promoting her work and the site is down. You can still view what I created by viewing it here.
REACH Center for Urban Evangelism
I enjoyed working on this website because I got to really know more about the school in Philadelphia by sitting down with the director, talking about all that she wanted young adults to gain from visiting their site. They originally had a really basic design and so I dressed it up a bit using colors from their logo, capturing these classes, and making everything uniform and easy to navigate.
The school has since moved into the Washington D.C. area and functions through Washington Adventist University. It is also in the process of changing it's name from REACH Columbia Union to REACH Center for Urban Evangelism.
This website was what sparked a major interest in creating an online presence for small businesses. They started out with a website that was almost 10 years old, wasn’t easy to update, and just needed more functionality for the students. I created a site that was easy for prospective students to apply online and download important documents for registration (say goodbye to mass mailings!)