Sorting Clothes – Web App

The “Sorting Clothes” tool is a web app that educates users on the different levels of clothing quality, which determines the suitability of those clothes for donation. It has three categories of clothing, with each category being explained as to what qualifies for it. This app allows users to gain a better understanding on what can be considered donateable.

The Sorting Clothes web app was created for the NACRO organisation, in partnership with the Social Marketing Centre at Griffith University and the Queensland Government’s Department of Environment and Science. Together, they created a new campaign called O-it that aims to encourage and increase the amount of good quality donations.

A very large portion of clothing donations received by charities such as Lifeline, Vinnies, Salvos Stores, and Link Vision are unfortunately unusable and are usually discarded as landfill. The new campaign that was initiated, called O-it, aims to encourage the donation of good quality clothes that doesn’t end up being unusable or saleable. This web app is supplemental, sitting on the O-it website, that anyone can use to get a better understanding about the quality clothes that can be donated.

  • Knowledge and familiarity with the O-it brand
  • Knowledge and skills with Articulate 360’s authoring tools
  • Knowledge of UX design principles
  • Acquiring effective user feedback