Website development for Network of Caring, a nonprofit founded by Jim and Nancy Dornan. They pool resources, create partnerships, and bring new technology to combat the problems and concerns of the poor around the world. They provide a hand up to those in need.
This website development was for the Association for the Education of Children with Medical Needs (AECMN.) This website not only contains detailed information about what this non-profit group does, but it also provides details regarding their annual conference and ways to donate to AECMN. If a child or young adult is in the hospital and needs to continue their education during an extended illness, AECMN can make arrangements to bring educators in and can continue their learning. There is a database component to the site that allows new users to sign up and register to become a member or supporter based on wordpress, but with a custom interface design. And for visitors that are already members, they can log in and research the extensive healthcare and best practices white papers and articles, all within a searchable database.
This logo design / identity / branding work was created for the nonprofit Brighter Days in Chico, California. The founder, Dr. Ritchie, is a dermatologist whose mission is to help minimize the effects of chemotherapy or radiation to the skin of cancer patients during or after treatment. The personal attention given to each person is complemented by the valuable information shared by others within the group who are going through the same circumstances battling cancer themselves. Other collateral / print / marketing materials were created once the logo was approved.
This Summit 4 Hope logo design / identity / branding work was developed for Heart For Africa ministry which helps orphans within the mountains of Swaziland. They had mountain climbers simultaneously reaching summits in Swaziland, Taiwan, Tanzania, and the USA at the same time, on the same day in support of their ministry. The logo was representative of the event that took place on June 22, 2011.