Walk the Talk America Website

Screenshot of WTTA.org's homepage featuring an "About Us" section, "Free Anonymous Screenings" section, and "What Walk the Talk America has accomplished" section in a calming pale green, white, and off-black color scheme


Walk the Talk America (WTTA) is a non-profit that “aspires to reduce firearm suicides and other negative incidents associated with firearms ownership” by bridging the gap between mental health and safe firearms ownership. When we came to the project, WTTA was struggling with their old website not being a strong place to point new people.

The main objective was to clearly communicate WTTA’s mission to new viewers. In addition, they needed to request donations, which we accomplished by making the Support Us approachable and easy-to-find on both the home page and navigation menu. Other core objectives included having somewhere to house WTTA resources (such as flyers and class registration information) and direct people to the free, anonymous screening page.

Mobile Responsive

Screenshot of WTTA's Resources page displayed in desktop format and mobile format
Screenshot of WTTA.org's Support Us page. There is a photo of a variety of people piling their hands together wearing WTTA wristbands. Next to that, a paragraph explains statistics on deaths by firearm and the importance of WTTA's mission and your support
Screenshot of WTTA.org's Classes page. The banner has a photo of students at a firing range overlayed with a calming green duotone. Below is information on the classes.
Screenshot of WTTA.org's Contact page. There is a simple contact form with quick access to relevant pages below that (Support Us, Share Your Story, and About WTTA)