Address: 355 24th Street, Oakland 94612
To Bay Area creative advocates who believe in providing artistic opportunities for artists of all backgrounds, Creative Growth is a non-profit organization that provides studio spaces and professional opportunities for artists with mental & physical disabilities.
Research, Wireframing, Prototyping, User Flow
Ryan Toltzman, William Worm, Leina'ala Lau, Nathalie Rodriguez
The current website does not highlight the works of the talented artists even though that is what the organization is sponsoring. This is a non-profit that is funded through donations; unfortunately, it is not easy for the user to be "delighted" to donate on the original site.
It is hard for the user to visualize that this is an art gallery website due to the amount of cluttered information on the site.
Bring User's Attention to Art, Create Calls to Action for Donations, Simplify Art Browsing Experience
Before even considering getting involved, the user wants to make sure they feel they agree with the purpose of the organization.
Website or other touchpoints should be professional and instill confidence that all sensitive information will be secured.
Confirmation of donation received and understanding of how resources will go towards Creative Growth's cause.
Refine and highlight the core function of the website and the user's call to actions.
Need to organize the site for easier, more efficient navigation.
Making the donation process enjoyable, but also making the user want to continue to donate.
Nurture relationship by continuing experience
beyond website visit or donation.
Develop a web store directly within the web domain that follows style guidelines.
Incorporate ambient video to create more engaging & dynamic home page.
Redesign the experience for artist enrollment.