Updated: Sep 23
A project like this can take over your life. In this case it was just for 48 hours - once I started, I didn't want to stop until it was finished. I did sleep.
It was my second lockdown project, done on a pro-bono basis for a community organisation. The first was for Titirangi School. Working this way is a great opportunity to improve and develop my own skills relating to website development - and the community groups involved get free website upgrades!
Also, there are some complex communications and engagement challenges with this particular group that I have enjoyed navigating on their behalf.
It makes use of the illustrations and content that my talented graphic artist colleague, Mal White, and I created together earlier in the year to run in our local magazine and via social channels. It's great to see these get more airtime.
The aim is to help progress people a little bit further along their individual journeys in relation to biodiversity. For some individuals that might simply be putting rat bait out a few times a year, while others might get very engaged with the organisation and make their property a true urban sanctuary.
www.southtitirangi.org.nz is the website.
Back to client projects now!