This is a pro bono site I did for an orphanage in Ghana, West Africa called Haven Of Hope Academy. Their current site was very outdated and extremely difficult to navigate. I was asked to create something that would be more user friendly and make them feel more comfortable giving money. I got feedback on the users of their current site and created user personas. I then did wireframe sketches and decided to go with a single page site. The users of the current site visit primarily on computers and a small number on tablets but phones were very rare. As such, I decided to make the site responsive, but only between the computer and tablet. Also based on the users, who seemed to be upper middle class Christian Americans, I decided to take the creative look and feel in a more positive direction than most of the competitor’s sites. Haven Of Hope’s site needed to get away from crying children and guilt and instead be fueled by the success story of how much the orphanage is helping the kids because of the support of a few. I went with a bright, happy, and very Ghanian color scheme to enhance this feel.