KPH: Campaign Against Homophobia
KPH Website Redesign
The Campaign Against Homophobia (KPH), dedicated to supporting the LGBT+ community via legal support and digital activism, recently underwent a website makeover at www.kph.org.pl. Our main goal was to enhance its accessibility and intuitiveness for those keen on backing the organization's core missions. In the initial stages, we identified essential features to foster active engagement in time-specific petitions and to streamline the donation process for the organization's benefit.
KPH's collaboration with a wide array of partners, in Poland and internationally, focuses on fostering tolerance, respect, and understanding towards the LGBT+ community. Our objective was to craft a digital space that not only effectively disseminates crucial information for the organization but, also inspires and facilitates user involvement.
- Initial discussions with the client to outline the project's scope.
- Undertaking user research.
- Creating an information architecture informed by this research.
- Developing both Low-Fidelity (LoFi) and High-Fidelity (HiFi) prototypes following preliminary approvals.
- Building the website in its entirety.
- Conducting functionality tests on the website and refining its performance.
- Non-Governmental Organization
- Tech to Rescue
Scope of work
- UX Design
- UI Design
- User Research
- Accessibility Audit
UX/UI Designer Developer
Accessibility Specialist Accessibility Audits Specialist
The culmination of these efforts is a revitalized and reimagined website, blending contemporary design with KPH's unique visual branding. The revamped site is fully responsive, ensuring optimal display across various devices like smartphones, tablets, and desktops. We also unified the presentation of content on social media platforms to mirror the website's design aesthetic, ensuring a cohesive and consistent user experience.
How do we do that?
Initial discussions with the client to outline the project's scope
Undertaking user research
Creating an information architecture informed by this research
Developing both Low-Fidelity (LoFi) and High-Fidelity (HiFi) prototypes following preliminary approvals
Building the website in its entirety
Conducting functionality tests on the website and refining its performance