I was selected from a group of students completing the Interface Front-End Web Development class to work on a website for a local non-profit. 75 North is an organization looking to revitalize North Omaha through the construction and maintenance of a large rental housing building that will transform the Highlander Neighborhood and create homes for up to 900 individuals.
I took on the role of project manager to ensure that all deadlines were being met and work was divided appropriately between my two fellow students and me. In addition to managing the project using Trello, I was also the designer and a developer on the project, using Sketch, Bitbucket, Brackets, and some good old-fashioned hand drawings.
I started by meeting with the director of our program, Shonna, who had sourced the requirements from our client, 75 North. Shonna noted that our client was looking for a clean, simple portfolio site that would give information to potential tenants and allow them to sign up for an email list that would provide more information. Taking this information, I created a paper wireframe. 
Next, I created a digital mockup for a Bootstrap-style website using Sketch. 
After meeting with the client to look at the mockup, I modified the mockup to include font preferences, branding colors, and updated content. Then, I built the website using Brackets as a code editor, Bitbucket as a code repository, and Filezilla for file management.