It’s been a year since I’ve blogged which is a bad testament to a good year! It’s been busy with lots of great projects that I have neglected to share and so it’s time to catch-up. The first one is a biggie for the Hoover Institution!
The Hoover Institution hired WebEnertia to re-do their website. As part of their team (I have worked with them for awhile now – great group), I was responsible for the overall web strategy.
It was a thrilling challenge: we needed to incorporate so much content with established brands and ideally give everyone a voice while making the user experience intuitive for whomever might drop in.
I think the result is amazing.
[This is the main site and here’s the second project: Library and Archives.]
I can only take credit for a small part. The Hoover Institution Team was so flexible and savvy and the WebEnertia team was able to take a bunch of ideas and turn them into a rich, dynamic website.
If you’d like to know more about the project, please let me know. Otherwise, go explore the site.
Regardless of your politics, it’s a thing of beauty!