With verynice, I contributed to the digital and printed annual report for the California Community Foundation, a 100 year old philanthropic organization working to improve Los Angeles in 2018. This year was particularly important because the annual report served to announce a big shift in funding priorities from 10 categories to 4: immigration, health, housing, and education. To celebrate the intersection of these four impact categories, verynice developed multiple visual themes, resulting in the kaleidoscope concept of community coming and fitting together. While individual color-coded pieces represent each initiative or an individual story, together they represent a community and a spectrum of change. This bird’s eye view perspective of the CCF brand and mission contributed to a more impactful user experience through application in the web design, layout and data visualization.
Contributed to UX wireframing, UI design, visual design, QA with web development and production.
The UX process was converted from high fidelity mockups to creating UI that utilized the book design that was being developed in parallel with the digital report. UI wireframes were produced in Adobe XD, prototyped to ensure responsiveness and continued a QA process with the developer and client to ensure quality of the report for launch.
Printed version can be downloaded at the CCF website and was available upon request in 2019.