Completely rethinking how to approach the Web & Application Accessibility Guidelines for the City of San Francisco. Rather than solely focusing on compliance, we prioritized inclusive design practices. Creating a guide for all designers, developers, project managers, and content strategists to learn how to design and build with all our
users citizens in mind.
A collaboration between several city departments including: The Mayor's Office of Civic Innovation, Committee on Information Technology, and The Department of Technology. The project consisted of a website, printed booklet, and digital PDF to communicate the goals and intentions of how to deliver government services better. Emphasizing user research and design.
Project Manager of the rebrand including logo and website design. Working with a local design studio, Tomorrow Partners.
A grant proposal for the U.S. Department of Transportation's Smart City Challenge, between nine U.S. cities. Collaborating with several city departments and local universities including The Mayor's Office, SFMTA, and UC Berkeley. The objective of the site was to communicate the city's future transportation goals, how the money would be utilized, and why San Francisco is up to the challenge.
Announcement of a new collaboration between City Information / Technology Officers worldwide. Communicating goals and gathering interest in the initiative.