UX / DESIGN / CODING / PROJECT MANAGEMENT
My Role At ALZ
Project: Caregiver Center
The Caregiver Center is a microsite that resides under the alz.org umbrella. The website had to work within the existing CMS framework, which was very limited. The core Alzheimer's Association's audience are older and have various disabilities so usability and accessibility are very important.
I designed this site to be easy to navigate and legible. The microsite was launched in 2011.
Visit the Care Center Site
Project: World Alzheimer’s Month
Project: Intranet Portal
ALZ.org - For the main national website, I was responsible for giving the site a facelift. I created a new header/footer and updated colors, graphics and other design elements.
Blondes vs. Brunettes - This charity flag football game had grown in importance so I began work on an interface layout for the new website.
Advocates Center - This microsite gave advocates and donors a new place to go to get the latest news on state and federal legislation affecting those with Alzheimer's and their caregivers.
AAIC - This website supported the international conference on Alzheimer's research sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association.