The Austin-based organization is dedicated to educating and advocating for the American Pit Bull Terrier. They are an amazing group of individuals that volunteer and run the .org. My role in this project was to pay it forward. I’ve taken in one of their rescues and showed my appreciation by helping define their brand and lead them through a redesign from start to finish. UX > Design > Development
The homepage included huge images to reinforce and show pitties in a different light. The responsive site also contained a storefront, blog and was built on wordpress using ample amounts of custom CSS.
Full-size image of original and approved designs:
Built on Bootstrap, the mobile layout was naitive. Much of the site was editorial or text-based so the requirements we're simply to be able to read and scroll content-heavy pages.
Love-A-Bull has such a huge presence in Austin and plenty of volunteers snapping excellent photos. It was a must to keep these on an array, randomized throughout the site.
Original design presentation consisted of a homepage, level 1 and level 2 page templates. Dropdown functionality is shown as well.
This was a pro-bono project but I still walked the group through everything I would with any other client: Discovery, site maps and wires, visual design and then coding.