When I came to the Jamestown 4-H Center, the website was visually complicated and difficult to navigate. At the time, there was no one on the center staff that was dedicated to marketing. I was confident that I could make improvements, and redesigned the new website in Dreamweaver using HTML coding. With the site transformation, I put a significant focus on SEO (keywords and backlinking), and saw a significant lift in page visits and click rates.
During my time at the center, I developed a variety of other marketing materials including fliers, brochures, festival display boards, and promotional calendars.
I also had the pleasure in designing several t-shirts, which were sold in the camp store.
At the Jamestown 4-H Center, I found the beginnings of my appreciation for design. I was self taught, and it was at this non-profit company that I learned how to create great things with little-to-no resources.