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Support front end development for microsite about humanitarian access

Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)

08 Sep 2020 Apply now Share
08 Sep 2020 Apply now Share
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We are looking for one creative and motivated Online Volunteer to support our team with developing a microsite about humanitarian access in crisis HTML, CSS, JS based. The Online Volunteer will work on the following microsite: https://interactive.unocha.org/publication/humanitarian-access/ implementing enhancements, adding new content and making sure the website is responsive. The site is built in HTML and CSS so the Online Volunteer should have excellent skills in both. JS knowledge is an added value.
Art and design
Web and graphic design
Reaching vulnerable people who need life-saving assistance following an earthquake, a deadly outbreak, or in the middle of a war zone, is hugely challenging. It is also at the heart of the humanitarian endeavour. Humanitarian organizations negotiate and advocate with all parties to conflict for safe, timely and unhindered access across the world. This microsite will highlight the challenges of gaining access in humanitarian crisis. The goal is to raise awareness about the importance of access in humanitarian work. The role of the Online Volunteer will be key in developing the platform working together with the design team.
Volunteers: 1 needed
20+ hours per week / 8 weeks
Very strong HTML, CSS, JS knowledge Strong web design skills UX knowledge Online portfolio or work samples MANDATORY
Global
English

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