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    The Elevation Network was the first major build I tackled for Elevation Church. This was a major initiative to take Elevation's broadcasting and … Read More
    The Elevation Network was the first major build I tackled for Elevation Church. This was a major initiative to take Elevation's broadcasting and media content to the next level. I was brought in early in the conceptual process, so I was able to work closely with our Communications Director and the Motion Graphics Designer to develop the branding and explore how it would be executed on the site and in promotional (video, digital, and print) materials. The network was something we had never done before and were building it from scratch, figuring it out as we went. This is where I cut my teeth on the major elements of digital design: information architecture, user experience, interface design, social media integration, and more. The Elevation Network features a "lights on" and "lights off" mode that the user can switch depending on their viewing preference; a real-time stream of tagged tweets during live events; "up next" listings during regular programming; an information menu that opens modals so as not to disrupt the viewing experience; and the ability for staff to trigger a "live now" theme when a live event or sermon begins. Custom themes were designed for major marketing events like the 12-day Code Orange Revival that coincided with the launch of the Network, the album launch for "Nothing Is Wasted" by Elevation Worship, and the book release for "Greater" by Pastor Steven Furtick. Check out ElevationNetwork.com to see it for yourself. Read Less
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The Elevation Network is a free 24/7 streaming service providing inspirational content every hour of the day to every corner of the world.  Watch sermons from the Elevation Church Archive, live worship experiences every weekend, and even children's programming by Elevation eKidz each Saturday morning.  Live events
are broadcast periodically for album releases, book launches, special events, and more. 
In 2014, The Elevation Network was visited more than 775,000 times from 180 different nations across the world.