The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty is a non-profit, public-interest legal and educational institute with a mission to protect the free expression of all faiths. Their website has long served as the go-to expert resource for media members and legal researchers, hosting a robust archive of legal cases, media, legal docs and more concerning religious freedom. However, with content needing to be added or updated almost daily, the outdated infrastructure was becoming a major pain point. Our team dove deep into organizing their content, converting much of it into a half-dozen different post types to help facilitate cross-pollination of content
Structurally, individual cases now act as mini-sites with local navigation to legal docs, briefs, media and case details.
Visually, I crafted a bold, three-color palette foundation in sync with their recent brand refresh. I also leveraged their library of authentic imagery to boost the aesthetic appeal and visual impact of pages, breaking up the significant amount of content.
The result is a more organized, easier to update resource with visual impact which media members and legal experts will continue to reference for years to come.