A quick-sketch-to-code blitz to demonstrate possibilities with web content to a local government organization and provide a framework for implementation.
DISCLAIMER: ANY INFORMATION CURRENTLY FOUND ON THIS WEBSITE IS MEANT FOR DEMONSTRATIVE PUPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE INTERPRETED AS LEGAL DOCUMENTATION.
This was done as a component of a team project in my Design for Social Change class at Notre Dame, working to improve the lines of communication between the South Bend Juvenile Justice Correction facility (JJC) and the families whose children require their services. Organizations like the JJC have historically had little to no web presence. This site was used to communicate to the JJC staff the opportunities the web offered for improving their relationship with families and inspire them to invest time in providing updated content to populate this website framework.
My contribution to the team involved structuring content compiled by Mary Courtney Madigan (http://mcmadigan.com/) and planning, designing, and building the site. An important consideration was the translation of an updated graphic identity (created by another team of classmates) onto the web.