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San Francisco Bay Area Graphic Design Firm Project6 Design, Inc. Launches Dyslexia Resources Website Redesign for the Nonprofit Headstrong Nation
Date:9/5/2013

es both dyslexic adults and parents of dyslexic children, offers a user experience steeped in video and visual resources. Video plays in context or opens at a larger size in an overlay screen — giving the user immediate access to rich visual content. Interactive assessments allow individuals to map their strengths and attitudes as a graphic “star” that they can share via email or social media or save and return to later to measure their personal progress. The blog channels videos that describe the work that Headstrong Nation and other organizations are doing to within the dyslexic community, as well as conversations with famous dyslexic entrepreneurs such as Richard Branson and Steven Spielberg.

“Project6 rejuvenated the Headstrong Nation brand while retaining the spirit of its original identity,” said Project6 Design, Inc. President and Founder Esten Sesto. “Our design team put the preferences of dyslexic users first and embraced a non-standard approach of building a narrative through video and images.”

The Headstrong Nation website is built with the Drupal content management system (CMS), an enterprise-level, widely supported open source CMS. Drupal is used by the White House and several other high-profile organizations. The Drupal-driven website enables Headstrong Nation administrators to quickly add and edit content, create blog posts, and keep features up-to-date.

About Headstrong Nation
Headstrong Nation is dedicated to inspiring people with dyslexia and related profiles to thrive. Ben Foss, the founder of Headstrong Nation, is a dyslexic entrepreneur and activist, as well as the inventor of the Intel® Reader. The relaunch of the site coincided with the publication of Foss’s new book, The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan: A Blueprint for Renewing Your Child’s Confidence and Love of Learning.

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