Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County website

Introducing my latest website design: Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County

Presenting my latest pride and joy: the completely redesigned non-profit website for Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County.

Before:

Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County old website

After:

Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County website

It’s always very exciting to work with non-profit agencies’ web projects, because the ability for a website to help further the advocacy work of an important cause like LDAWC’s is meaningful. It’s important for a charity’s website to draw the community in to get to know, and believe in, the cause.

I learned many new techniques with WordPress that I look forward to employing in future works. It was also very rewarding to collaborate with Jen Patterson, the non-profit’s resource coordinator, as she worked in concert with the board of directors on the vision and planning of the redesign.

Thank you, LDAWC, for trusting me with your organization’s online image… I’m proud of our collaboration on this project!

  • ldawc

    Thanks so much, Andrew for all your work on our new site. The Board is thrilled with the new look. It was a pleasure working with you, and you got everything done ahead of schedule.

  • Susan Newcombe, President, LDAWC

    Andrew worked very collaboratively with us to ensure we got the design and capabilities we wanted in our website. Andrew provided an end product that we are very satisfied with, well before the expected date and at a very reasonable cost.

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