The Children's Justice Act puts on multiple conferences throughout the year that draws in judges from all over the state. Their mission within these conferences is to promote judicial excellence through education.
The Children's Justice Act is a is a federal grant awarded to each state to develop, establish, and operate programs designed to improve the child-protection system in four primary areas.
Though the CJA's mission is serious, their goal is ultimately centered around children and to provide a safer environment for them.
For this reason we looked to create a serious logo with a playful edge. For the font we used Helvetica Neue Light, a sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by typeface designer Max Miedinger.
The CJA came to us with the desire to create a easily navigable, clear and concise website. They also needed the ability to easily upload new material as their content is ever-changing because their programs and grants change throughout the year.
We not only supplied them with a new front-end redesign, but we also created a new CMS for them so that they could keep up with their content.
The result was a fresh and friendly website with a full document search functionality.