This custom-built ExpressionEngine® (EE) CMS allows NEAVS to manage a large data set of Scientific Papers, Media Resources and Action Alerts with ease.
I first built this site in 2012. in 2016 we re-designed the site to work with a responsive, mobile-friendly layout.
This client used a third-party services for processing online donations and outreach so I worked with them to build the third party pages to work seamlessly with EE.
From Interactive Media Awards…
Congratulations! We are happy to announce that your entry into the IMA competition, the NEAVS Website Redesign, under the category ‘Advocacy’, has won the IMA Best in Class Award with an overall score of 488.
The Best in Class award is the highest honor bestowed by the Interactive Media Awards. It represents the very best in planning, execution and overall professionalism. In order to win this award level, your site had to successfully pass through our comprehensive judging process, achieving very high marks in each of our judging criteria - an achievement only a fraction of sites in the IMA competition earn each year.
JUDGING SYSTEM & RESULTS
To win an award your entry had to successfully pass through our comprehensive judging system. Our judges utilize a points-based scoring system which allows each entry to receive a maximum of 500 points. By adhering to the specific guidelines and criteria of this system our judges are able to maintain the highest degree of fairness, accuracy and integrity; competently and effectively evaluate entries; and, deliver clear results.
Your project was scored using five specific criteria, with a score from 0-100 awarded for each criterion. The total of these five scores established your overall score up to a maximum of 500. Websites receiving an overall score between 460 and 479 receive our Outstanding Achievement award. Websites receiving an overall score between 480 and 500 receive our Best in Class award.
Your individual scores are as follows:
Feature Functionality: 100
Standards Compliance & Cross-Browser Compatibility: 98