Amazon Conservation Association Website
Designing, updating, and editing webpages on three organizational websites, as well as assisting in the migration of the main website to a new platform.
About the Project
At Amazon Conservation I managed and updated three organizational websites: the main website amazonconservation.org; their deforestation reports website, Monitoring of the Amazon Project (www.maaproject.org); and their birding ecotourism website, Amazon Journeys (birding.amazonconservation.org).
For their main website amazonconservation.org, I assisted in the migration, remediation, page designs, and layouts as the organization moved to a new platform. Pages and graphics I created included the events Page and associated webinars. Additionally, I wrote and updated key data points about the organization's work in the Amazon, including writing around 4 stories a month that I uploaded to their blog.
For the Monitoring of the Amazon Project (www.maaproject.org) I updated the logos and content as needed, as well as recommended changes that improved user experience, such as increased website speed.
For the Amazon Journeys website, usability improvements included adding a lightbox, scrolling, and captions to all of the eco-lodge pages to highlight the unique species of flora and fauna seen there.
For all three websites, I tracked website analytics and implemented usability changes to website as needed.
Drag your mouse to view all screen captures as a slideshow.
Example of event page I created. Most of the time our events pages (and all promotional materials I created) had to be made available in multiple languages, including English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Amazon Conservation Blog page and examples of stories I wrote. All stories in this screenshot are ones that I authored and published to the website.
Example of a blog that I wrote and uploaded to the website. Many times I had to translate complex scientific grants into stories that could be easily understood by the general public.