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Washington Alliance for Students Experiencing Homelessness (WASEH) is an alliance of students, families, educators, and providers who are looking for ways to better support students who are homeless.
This website was created to provide information to homeless students and educators about students’ legal rights and to connect students with support services.
This WordPress website was Responsively Designed to accommodate students who use cellphones more frequently to access websites. I also produced posters, bookmarks and business cards to help introduce the website to multiple audiences.
This website was created through a partnership between the Puget Sound Education Service District and Columbia Legal Services.
In creating the visual design for this site, we wanted to highlight the three areas that this educational grant will be emphasizing: Start Strong (pre-k through 3rd grade), STEM Strong (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills) and Stay Strong (connection from high school to post secondary opportunities and career). Photographic images of students as well as illustrations were included in each design.
Four visual design concepts were considered for this site and ultimately, the last design shown here was selected.
Winning the The Race to the Top grant was a fantastic experience for the Road Map District Consortium. However since this was an unexpected event, a lot of work by many people had to occur over a short period of time to start putting the winning plan in action. This website was created under a tight deadline — with only 1 1/2 months from the initial planning meeting to the actual launch of the site.
The Information Architecture for the site went through several phases before the navigation was finalized. When the site launched, it was composed of a home page, seven main pages and several sub-pages. As time goes on, the site will grow with more information about the Road Map Race to the Top grant being added.
Detail of Information Architecture