Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) is responsible in empowering the Cuban civil society with open, uncensored access to the Internet and the ability to communicate freely with each other and the world. The team was tasked by the Foundation to accomplish a complete redesign of their website and to launch the ConnectCuba campaign. The new designs are responsive and available on all devices — a big plus for Cuban human rights activists who are always on the move. It also carries FHRCuba's new branding, support for online donations and petitions along with geo-located maps of Cuban activists and their respective human rights efforts.
The project is part of our Stampede DoGood initiatives.
Earlier this year, Stampede launched a new website for the FHRCuba. Being one of the most inspiring, world-changing projects Stampede has the chance to be part of, Zana talked to Jose about its implementation, and left awestruck. Read on.
“I am happy to be able to work with such an awesome team like Stampede. Communications had been fast and reliable — and Stampede is always giving the best advice in terms of web design and development. The experience has been positive overall.”
Jose Martinez Director of Communications, Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba