To this end, we used a builder called Divi, which is powerful and easy to use. Divi offers drag and drop functionality throughout the site to help add images, text, and colors. We created a library of templates so that Mary Lee Foundation could continue adding to their site. Because Mary Lee Foundation serves the disabled community and those with brain injuries, we had to ensure the new site would be ADA compliant. The colors we implemented in our design were specialized and the font was larger and easier to read.
We were happy to give Mary Lee Foundation a fresh start, with all the tools needed to support and maintain their site. So they could maintain and add new content to their site, we prepared them with in-person training and video tutorials. Product owner and Business Manager for the Mary Lee Foundation, The Product owner and Business Manager for the Mary Lee Foundation, would be managing the site after we launched. We wanted them to feel empowered and in control when it was time to move forward from the project.
Mary Lee Foundation does so much for those in the disabled community. We loved being able to work with them and reorganize their content to make it ADA compliant. Now anyone that wants to access this site, whether they are looking for housing or employment, can find the information they need with ease.