I provided a complete website consultation and production for the Emotion Health and Psychophysiology Lab at Harvard. This project involved assessing all the communications needs of the lab. In the process of researching the existing lab website, I built spiderviz to help me perform some “digital archeology” on the old websites.

One of the primary goals for this project was to empower the lab to manage the site on its own, which I delivered using a self-hosted Content Management System. EHPL maintains an active blog, members index, and publications list without any help from me. I initially provided training and manuals to the lab managers, and they have done a great job from there.

The EHP lab has since moved to UC San Francisco.

This article was originally written June 1, 2013.