This project, completed for my Spring 2020 Web Design course, is one of several in my educational technology program that required me to take on a real world client. I conducted a complete redesign of the website for a local nonprofit that supports LGBTQ+ young adults and fights homelessness in this population. The organization is young and built from grassroots work. Their website, while functional, was not user friendly and did not give the same established and well-polished image as sites from other similar organizations. Before I began this project, the organization did not have a style guide or a SEO strategy to boost traffic to the site and highlight their work. In addition to the style guide and SEO keywords, the website guide included a full client description, a definition of mission and purpose, four developed user personas, competitor research, accessibility information, and copyright reminders. I kept my client involved at all stages of the process incorporating their feedback into the wireframes and eventual site map for the website. After completing the website, I conducted a successful usability test for the client and delivered a usability report after the test. My commitment to the client was fulfilled at the end of usability testing and I am no longer updating or moderating their site, but the site map and pages I designed are still in use.