Our project team worked closely with CHAPA to rapidly deliver a sophisticated and engaging website to support a state-wide ballot referendum. The website featured a series of video testimonials from families that benefited from affordable housing programs.
The Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association, or CHAPA, is a non-profit umbrella organization for affordable housing and community development activities in Massachusetts. Quoin developed a sophisticated new website and content management system for CHAPA. Our project team defined a robust architecture that ensured a scalable system for increasing use and flexibility to integrate e-commerce and other enterprise applications. Working closely with CHAPA stakeholders on site design, we implemented a WCMS platform in just 10 weeks.
Two years later, CHAPA’s affiliate organization, The Committee to Protect Affordable Housing in Massachusetts, needed an engaging and effective website to win a state-wide ballot referendum. After selecting Quoin, our project team worked with their campaign to rapidly design, implement, and deploy a new site based on the Jahia WCMS platform. Quoin was responsible for all phases of the project, from the analysis phase through implementation. A key deliverable was a complete set of wireframes and design specifications. The completed website features social bookmarks, sharing, rich video, and image content. Our team delivered a powerful and flexible solution for the fixed cost project, which was completed on-time and on-budget.