We began working with The COMMIT Foundation to re-design and build a fully custom website, program application process, and secured digital library web app.
Through a series of workshops for discovery and requirements gathering, gaining a deep knowledge of the COMMIT brand and programs offered, we wireframed and designed a full user interface, created a content outline and site map, and architected the software application, acknowledging future services at scale.
We then developed a fully custom and responsive website, integrating a custom CraftCMS content management system for dynamic content editing, and Classy donation payment processing. We then deployed a new program application process, integrating Salesforce for veteran user management, in which veterans may save and edit their content as they mature through their transition process. We also deployed the digital library, a media ecosystem for veterans to watch exclusive video content and interviews with Corporate America CEOs, insights from successfully transitioned veterans, amongst much more.
Quickly into our first engagement, COMMIT presented a new challenge of delivering their programming at scale in addition to the digital library. Our team coordinated a series of continued workshops to define requirements, research online programming solutions, and design a user interface for veteran specific transition. This interface is heavily designed based on COMMIT’s current in-person Transition Workshop Series and One-to-One Transition Assistance with executive coaches.
We have just begun solving this challenge kicking off engineering efforts in january of 2019 with expected releases in Q2 of 2019.