As a graphic and web design agency, we have been fortunate to partner with an association that is dedicated to disseminating professional development practices for teachers and educators.
This collaboration has allowed us to put our skills into practice to create content for their social media, their blog and to maintain and redesign their website.
Our first step was to meet with the association’s team to discuss their goals and needs for social media content. We then created a detailed plan for the design and development of the social media posts, taking into account their visual identity and values.
We worked closely with the client to make sure the content met all their needs. We’ve created educational and informational posts about their professional development programs for teachers and educators, as well as posts about the latest news in the education industry. We have also maintained a blog for the association, where we have published articles and insights on best practices for teaching and education.
We also maintained and managed their website to ensure it was always up to date and functional. We have worked on creating new sections and modifying existing ones, to ensure better navigation and greater visibility of their programs and activities.
Finally, we redesigned the website to better reflect the association’s changes. We’ve updated the look and feel of the site, improved the page structure and added new features, such as the ability to enroll in their online professional development programs.
The new website was launched successfully, and the client was very satisfied with the work done. We were happy to contribute to their online presence and to create content that reflected their mission and values. Now the association has a professional and modern website which can be used to promote their business and reach new teachers and educators interested in their initiatives.
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"L2C is happy and grateful towards Maddalena who joined the team a year ago and has made the organization so much more visible through her inspiring work."