We had the opportunity to work with a New Mexico-based non-profit organization called Stop Forever WIPP Coalition. Their mission is simple: stop the expansion of New Mexico's nuclear waste dump site, WIPP—an acronym for Waste Isolation Pilot Plant . This group is passionate about the safety of New Mexico and protecting its future, and we were very interested in how we could help them propel their message.
We took a slightly different approach than usual and focused on acting as consultants for the group. We did a deep dive into all their marketing and communication materials: website, newsletter, social media, logo, messaging, etc. and analyzed what we thought was working/wasn't. We decided that their overall brand needed some updating, and we would start with re-working their logo. We also went through all their newsletters and gave specific notes regarding design style and content messaging.
We compiled all this information into a multi-page report outlining our recommendations. The report included a brand kit with the new fonts, colors, and logos that they could use going forward and a designed layout for their website homepage that they could implement. We also recommended that they move to a new email platform for sending newsletters so that they would have more design capabilities.
Vanesa Nicolosi first worked with Angulo Marketing & Design 6 months ago to build her brand and setup a website for her personal training business. You can read more about that project here: Branding Strategy & Site Design. The site outlined her services of 1:1 training, both online, and in-person, pole fitness, flexibility classes, and even nutritional coaching.
Just a couple months ago, she came to us with an idea to take her business to the next level: she wanted to build a community online where she could share her health and fitness related contents. The ideal solution would allow her to use those recipes, workouts, and articles that she had prepared but never shared to create an even more accessible pricing model for people who just need some extra resources to get going on their fitness journey.
The first step was to help Vanesa visualize how this project could branch off from her current site and how it would be mapped out. Starting from the content library she envisioned, I came up with the plan to create separate hidden blog pages that would house each of her content sections: Recipes, Workouts, and Articles. To make these pages easy to use, I added a blog organizer to the top of each page which would help visitors navigate the content easily, and also included buttons to the other content sections.
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