This pre/post testing service is an online tool to measure learning outcomes through pre- and post-testing. Users can create online classrooms, build tests, and then pre- and post-test students before and after a unit of study. The site scores student results, calculates percentage improvements, and performs various item analysis processes that help pinpoint weaknesses in the curriculum and aid in improving test questions.
CREW Career Center
The CREW Career Center is a career center that serves both the general public in Louisville, Kentucky and serves as Jefferson Community and Technical College’s career center. The main focus of this project was to redesign the site and highlight services in such as way as to cater to both the general public and community college students, while maintaining a cohesive site. The project included development of a job posting service for area employers and a series of self-service career modules.
CREW Career Center
CARE Volunteer Signup
The Kentucky Bar Foundation needed an easier way for attorneys to volunteer as presenters for its CARE (credit education) program. We worked together to design an online sign up that administrators could log into to add schools and presentation times, and that attorneys could use to volunteer for those time slots. The result was a simple, self-service sign up that simplified and streamlined the volunteer process for attorneys and saved program administrators time and money.
CARE in Kentucky Website
The Kentucky Bar Foundation has taken an active role in organizing and promoting the national CARE (Credit Abuse Resistance Education) program in Kentucky. The foundation wanted to develop an online presence to serve as a central point of contact and information about the program for attorneys and other volunteers around the state. We worked together to design a simple site that provides information about the program, offers resources for volunteers and provides a channel for contacting program facilitators.
CARE in Kentucky
Metroversity is a program in Louisville, Kentucky that allows students attending any of seven institutions of higher education to take courses at any of the other seven institutions, while getting credit at their “home” school. The program wanted to redesign their website in order to update its appearance, make the content more accessible, and simplify content management for program administrators. We worked together to define goals for the site, restructure the content, update its appearance and integrate it into Wordpress for simplified management.
Denise McCue wanted a site to advertise her interior design business, show off before and after photos of her work, and highlight the five facets of her design services. We worked together to design a site to meet all of these requirements and increase client contact.