Social media and web
When I was hired by Denali Advanced Integration in March 2015, I was told to revamp the companies social media sites, become an admin on the company website and work with Human Resources and Recruiting. I was tasked with: Gaining more followers, promoting Denali social media, creating content, executing partner social media/web campaigns, social media and email marketing, aiding with digital recruiting, changing look and feel of social media, helping with company newsletter and redesigning the company website.
Below you will see examples of what the Denali Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn looked like before I took over and after I took over. After that are images of some of my ongoing website redesign.
DENALI WEBSITE REDESIGN
Wix, Web Design
Before I was hired by Denali and during the interview process, I searched around the company's website and found that there was room for improvements to be made in both design and content. As a side project, I started designing a website using Wix.com. In January 2016, the Denali website went down for a week when the hosting company was hit with a virus. My site was launched soon after and is still under construction, but is live and functioning.
Although I didn't code the website myself, I have been actively enrolled in a Human Computer Interaction UI/UX design course that has been very helpful in the design process. I also plan to take classes to learn how to code in HTML and CSS. Below are two galleries showing the Denali website before I was hired and the website that I designed and launched.
Old design pre-hire
New design post-hire
DENALI NEWSLETTER REDESIGN
In June 2016 I was put in charge of working with the Human Resources department to put together the company internal newsletter. I made multiple changes from the old version in terms of design, color schemes and images. The newsletter prior to me taking over was made using Microsoft Word while my version was made using Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. Examples of the previous newsletter and my newsletter are shown below.