I have worked with several small organisations to help them understand what they might use a website for and to understand who their website is for. BAsed on this I have then designed and developed (and sometimes I have maintained) the website for them. However, I have also done several other types of activity and these are detailed here.
I have organised a number of conferences with numbers ranging from 50 to 200 attendees. This work has included:-
- Setting up and marketing the event through Eventbrite and using Facebook (paid) advertising to promote events
- Registration management at the conferences
- Giving briefs to speakers
- Production of conference Powerpoint decks and technical set up and management on the day of the conference
- Devising evaluation forms, processing the forms and producing post-conference Feedback Reports
Since the Autumn of 2014 I have been editing an E-newsletter for the Diocese of Leeds Justice and Peace Commission. This service has included:
- researching and writing some articles myself
- networking to obtain articles from other people
- design and layout of each edition-including sourcing of suitable images to use
- Using Mailchimp both to communicate E-news and to evaluate the stories and angles that most appeal to the target audience
Analysis / Documentation
Examples here include:
- Doing a piece of work for Health for All so that all their projects could be described in a common way in order to give stakeholders and potential funders a clear view about the similarities and differences between different projects
- Documenting the existing features in a database system for Maecare so that they could use this as a basis for discussions with potential suppliers for a new system.
- Designing an online (and a paper version) survey for Caritas Leeds and then analysing the results using Excel
- Acting as a stand-in webmaster for Network Leeds to ensure their weekly e:bulletin is produced and distributed.