A Way Home Washington, inspired by A Way Home Canada and A Way Home America, is part of a national movement creating innovative partnerships to prevent and end youth homelessness across North America. A Way Home Washington is a growing movement dedicated to ensuring these young people receive the support, care, and resources they need to overcome the barriers they face. In July 2016, The Campion Foundation came to Fuse IQ with a need for a new site to be designed and built in less than two months.
Because of the tight timeline, we worked with the client to establish the baseline requirements for the new site. Based on our assessment of timeline, technical requirements, and budget, we recommended and selected Wordpress as the content management platform, allowing for the rapid development of high quality and visually appealing website, that was also cost-effective.
With such a short amount of time to complete the work, this project involved very close creative and client collaboration. Together, we worked to define the functional solution, design direction, content input and quality assurance testing all within a few short weeks.
Through a customized Wordpress dashboard, in addition to managing basic content, they are able to regularly maintain and add post blogs. We also installed plugins that enabled the extension of their site to manage partners across the site.