Broad Community Connections: Website


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Broad Community Connections is a non-profit community development organization in New Orleans devoted to revitalizing Broad Street as a vibrant, equitable, and inclusive commercial corridor by promoting the health and economic, residential, and cultural development of its diverse surrounding neighborhoods.

Isidor Studio collaborated with the Broad Community Connections in New Orleans to redesign their website to support increased content generation and resource sharing. The new site, launched in summer 2021, highlights the organization's mission and initiatives while featuring a blog for news, business profiles, and other updates. A fund page supports local businesses to access hurricane relief resources, including an integrated form to apply for the funding.

The pastel palette on dark background seeks to communicate a bold mission with a touch of softness. Other touches include place-based design elements such as a background map texture of New Orleans.


Launched 2021
New Orleans, LA
Web Design
Mel Isidor
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