David Suzuki Foundation Website

Project size: Medium
Built in 2016

The problem

Like many non-profits, The David Suzuki Foundation runs a variety of programs with different goals and audiences. To support the launch of three new fellowship opportunities, they needed a new microsite that would inform prospective fellows about the program and its benefits – and allow them to apply online. And as an organization that operates coast-to-coast-to-coast, they needed the site in French as well.

How we solved it with tech

Each fellowship had a unique application process, resulting in some pretty specific technical requirements that exceeded our budget. To keep the costs down, I used a drag-and-drop theme editor for the design and focused my efforts on the work behind the scenes. That meant setting up bespoke forms and automated processes that made it simple for applicants, and for staff, to navigate. Then, I duplicated the whole site in French.

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I was very grateful to work with Krisztina. She understood my vision, provided clear expectations and creative (and beautiful) solutions to an initially complicated website concept. Overall, I was very impressed with the final outcome of the website.

I appreciated Krisztina’s dedication and focus, and always felt confident that the job would be completed above my expectations. She was easy to get a hold of and her professional, can-do attitude made a seemingly daunting project a lot of fun!

Harpreet Johal, Senior Specialist, Fellowships
David Suzuki Foundation