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Life Under the Junta

This microsite was developed to support the release of a report by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR). I modeled the colors, graphics, fonts after the design of the printed report. The foundation for this site was used again for a PHR emergency report site, Bahrain, Free the Docs!

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http://lifeunderthejunta.org
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Home Page (top)
Home Page (content)
Home Page (footer)
Blog With Custom News Content Type
News Page
Report Page
Printed Report

LifeUndertheJunta.org

Full View

This microsite was developed to support the release of a report by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR).

LifeUndertheJunta.org

Home Page (top)

The home page features an excerpt from the Overview page, as well as a video embedded from PHR's YouTube channel. I also utilized some creative CSS "trickery" to give different background colors to the left and right side of the site.

LifeUndertheJunta.org

Home Page (content)

The Home page also includes quotes pulled from PHR's report.

LifeUndertheJunta.org

Home Page (footer)

The Home page includes a dynamically generated list of the site's most recent news and updates.

LifeUndertheJunta.org

Blog With Custom News Content Type

I created a custom content type for news items that operates similarly to blog posts, but includes custom fields for links to external news sources and news source logos.

LifeUndertheJunta.org

News Page

The News page features a custom-coded template to display the most recent news items. It also is designed to highlight a "featured" news item (with thumbnail image) in the top spot.

LifeUndertheJunta.org

Report Page

This page was built around the report's executive summary, and features info-graphics and a link to the forward by Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

LifeUndertheJunta.org

Printed Report

I modeled the colors, graphics, and fonts after the design of the printed report.

The website presentation is extremely well done. Congrats.

Frank Davidoff, PHR Interim CEO