Each year, JEVS touches nearly 22,000 lives, focusing on individuals with physical, developmental, and emotional challenges as well as those facing adverse socio-economic conditions including unemployment and underemployment.
As an organization with a diverse audience and deep body of service offerings, JEVS was experiencing something that we see with a number of larger non-profits: their online information architecture was being driven by internal department structure as opposed to being tailored to the needs of their end users. [whitepenny] worked with the organization on a multi-phased redesign effort that focused heavily on information design and a streamlined user experience.
Start to finish, our experience with [whitepenny] exceeded expectations. The team listened carefully, understood our business goals, and developed a web strategy that has helped us put our very best foot forward. The website is now the centerpiece of our growing online strategy.