Tahoe Production House got a call from one of our favorite local do good groups, Soroptimist International of Tahoe Sierra regarding their website. They had a site, but it was out of date, hard to update on their own, and not organized. It was also missing some big Call To Action items, like donation buttons and a true contact page so people could get more involved and get in touch with the group.
We were so happy to take on this updated design, which kept their classic color scheme as well as all the content on the old site. We reworked the UX/UI or user interface or user experience and really took a look at how to make the website work better for the end user to find what they were looking for. We are so happy with how it came out, check out some screen grabs below!
You will notice the QR Code on the site, which we designed special for the organization in order to use on the site, social media, newsletters, and on their print material to help further their ROI for their Happy Dollars. So far, they have raised more money then any year prior just by having this updated tool in their kit.
Soroptimist is an international organization with about 100,000 members in about 120 countries and territories who contribute time and financial support to community-based and international projects benefiting women and youth.Benefits to membership include:~Working on projects that improve the lives of others in need leads to personal satisfaction and recognition from the community.~Cultivating relationships with other women who have similar interests and values is a central aspect. ~Meeting and learning about women from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and participating in projects that address needs throughout the globe.~Networking with others representing a variety of professions facilitates valuable business contacts.~Developing skills at the club level results in enhanced professional capabilities as well as leadership opportunities at all levels of the organization.~Reaching out to others at the beginning of their professional lives provides an avenue to serve as mentors.~Belonging to an association with organized programs and professionally developed resources allows freedom from administrative constraints and ability to concentrate on providing volunteer service.