This page provides a view of the work, people involved and undergoing projects of the Website Design and Development position at POST as well as access to some useful resources for POST employees.
POST’s Web Development and Design Principles
Provide a secure/private platform that has the highest availability possible
Engage diverse online audiences in order to advance our mission through:
A great user interface and navigation
Relevant content and compelling styling
Broad findability and usability
Maintain a collaborative, MVP approach with all stakeholders regarding design and development processes
Continue to adopt a testing culture by collecting, measuring, tracking, and analyzing data that provides insights that help us refine our work.
While we work hard to keep our website’s downtime to under 1% you can use the page status.openspacetrust.org to check if our site is down or you are having issues with your Internet connection. The Status Page is independent from the website but don’t forget to bookmark it since you’ll need the direct link if you are unable to reach POST website in the first place.
Due to the increasing amount of resources and in order to keep things more organized all previous links to training materials have been moved to this location on Box. Along with the existing videos on how to use our WordPress Theme there are are several new resources like videos and ebooks for training on SEO Copywriting, Accessibility, Content Strategy and Progressive Web Apps among others. These materials are all aimed at supporting our work on our existing projects as well as those in the near horizon.
Website Design and Development: FY Projects and Maintenance
Web forms improvements
Collaborate with the SalesForce management to support the selection and web implementation of front-facing elements including the volunteer portal, the events and contact us forms and email preference page.
To keep up with the fast paced growth of POST and its online needs the Web Design and Development manager position has evolved from that of a webmaster and developer to a project manager and team lead.
Using an Agile Project Management methodology and a team of developers, designers and experts we continue to find ways to innovate and keep up with the velocity and volume demands of POST’s growth.
POST Virtual Team
Jeff Wong, Lead Developer, DaySpring Tech.
Paul Tomanpos, UX Designer, DaySpring Tech.
Jon Yee, Developer,
Matthew Denton, Technology Advisor, WordPress
James Kye, Creative Strategy, DaySpring Tech.
At POST we are committed to ADA compliance, in January 2020 we did an audit and determined that we can do better. This is the currently status of our work:
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