The official website for the short film Behind Bars, built using design elements from the DVD packaging.
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!
The official band site for Sherman Burns, a Boston-based progressive grunge band. The site includes custom post types for reviews, articles, and gigs. Many of the individual graphics for the site were pulled from album art for the band’s recent CD. I also included several embedded fonts to give the site a more unique look.
PHR Toolkits was developed as an online home for Physicians for Human Rights’ resources, collected into “toolkits”. These toolkits include vital advocacy information available for online viewing, printing, and downloading. I modeled much of the visual and functional design after Wikipedia and similar sites.
The online home of Physicians for Human Rights’ National Student Program was built on a WordPress platform, but is much more than a blog. The site features a robust social network, built using BuddyPress, and an event calendar. I also developed five regional “hubs”—sister sites geared toward more localized blogging and networking.
This site was developed to support the release of a Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) report and a long-term advocacy campaign. Among other features, it provided a place for concerned readers to send messages of encouragement back to refugee women in Africa.