Melbourne Winter Hackathon | June 2018
Stephanie Woollard began Seven Women 12 years ago, after meeting seven disabled women working in a tin shed in Kathmandu. These seven women were struggling to make a living in the face of harsh discrimination. With her last $200, Steph paid for trainers to teach the women how to produce products for sale locally and abroad – and Seven Women was born. Since then Seven Women has established numerous education and skills programs, as well as an ethical travel company called Hand on Development.
Website content that better communicates Seven Women’s mission and core projects
A comprehensive web accessibility report & guidelines for future development – Simple Ideas to Improve Accessibility in our CMS
Blogging guidelines to enable a more effective digital strategy
Greater visibility around philanthropy & donations
Simpler, more streamlined business processes, with less dependency of multiple applications and integrations
Google Adwords setup.
Seven Women came to Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) with an identity crisis. As an Australian-based charity they were struggling to separate their international fundraising and advocacy work, from the specific programs and projects they run in Nepal. They were struggling to communicate effectively with all their stakeholders and losing people along the customer journey.
Website Accessibility | Melissa Gattoni
Digital Strategy | Judith Baeta
Google Analytics & Adwords | Craig Franklin