Website Weekend LA

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Website Weekend LA happened
October 22nd - 23rd, 2016

We had about 120 volunteers come out and spend their weekend working on website projects for 16 different nonprofit organizations.

We ran the event in connection with Pasadena's Connect Week

History

In October 2013, 53 volunteers came together to create websites for seven different nonprofits. In October of 2016, 120 volunteers created websites for 16 different nonprofit organizations. You can make a huge difference!

We're looking to do it again in 2017 and to spread the Website Weekend event to new cities and communities.

 

What is Website Weekend LA?

We will bring in non-profits and organizations doing great work in the local LA community and pair them up with teams of digital professionals. Then over the course of a weekend, these teams will collaborate and build something amazing for their organization that will help them grow their outreach and positively impact how they contribute to the community.

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Your Organizers

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Co-Organizer
Natalie MacLees

Natalie MacLees is a front-end web developer and UI designer and is founder + principal of the interactive agency, Purple Pen Productions. She organized the first Website Weekend LA. She's also the founder and chapter leader of the Los Angeles chapter of Girl Develop It, bringing affordable and accessible coding classes to the community. She makes her online home at nataliemac.com.

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Co-Organizer
Alex Vasquez

Alex runs a boutique digital marketing agency called DigiSavvy. He also runs a few WordPress meetup groups, consults with the Small Business Development Center, and occasionally teaches at Girl Develop it. He can normally be found helping Natalie out with her various hijinx.

Testimonials

downloadDuring Website Weekend, my team completely re-designed my website, refining my copy and creating beautiful graphic elements, all in the easy to manage WordPress ecosystem. The new site exceeded my expectations and has greatly enhanced my ability to reach my audience. They left me with an easy to follow tutorial on how to make changes, and went above and beyond their weekend commitment to make sure that I had a beautiful and functional final product.
-Jonathan Skurnik, Filmmaker and founder of the Youth and Gender Media Project
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