We were the lead designers and information architects for the 2009 redesign of www.WFP.org. Initially, our team collaborated with the World Food Programme team on a three week sprint to develop a new intuitive site architecture and user interface, which included close to twenty graphic mockups and a new web style guide. We then managed all of this information over to the implementing partner in a way that made it easy for the development team to build the site out and launch in a matter of weeks.
Our biggest communications win for the World Food Programme was capturing the great data they had and combining it in compelling ways with photos of the people they serve. The site now tells a compelling story of an organization that can save lives during the worst crises in the world.
We have continued to work with the World Food Programme, most recently creating shareable maps of the famine in the Horn of Africa to draw attention to the crisis and make it easier for people to pass on information and data about the situation on the ground.