Along with seven other graduate students, I created a website for a small village in Costa Rica called Longo Mai. The website was created to gain tourism as well as educate the world about Longo Mai.
A month before we flew to Costa Rica, my team created interview questions and content ideas to present to the client. Preplanning was vital to ensure that we obtained the necessary information we would need to create an outstanding website for the client.
At the end of each day, I would sort through the photos I had captured and put them in the correct folders on an external drive.
Due to the interviews originally being in Spanish, I worked with translators to add English and German captions to the videos.
In one month, my team was able to create a responsive website for the community of Longo Mai, Costa Rica. We presented our site to our fellow classmates at the end of January in a showcase. The client received the final product a week later.
Our team placed first in the 2020 Best of the AEJMC Web/Best of Digital Competition.
The client was pleased with the outcome and sent several e-mails expressing their sentiments. Our site has allowed them to attract a diverse crowd of people who are interested in experiencing their culture.
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