The KKIS Project, Purpose-Driven Web Design by Jason Samadhi

The KKIS Project

The KKIS Project (Keeping Kids in School), is a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance, community connections and educational opportunities to improve high school and university graduation rates, helping students in Mexico.

Purpose-Driven Web Design

About The KKIS Project

Rethinking the user experience and the site’s brand strategy from the ground up, Jason Samadhi redesigned and rebuilt a modern and mobile-friendly, responsive WordPress website. The new website focuses highly on conversion and call to action, driving traffic for the non-profit’s fundraising efforts.

Services Rendered

Divi Theme, WordPress Web Design

Responsive Web Development

User Experience (UX/UI Design)

Website Hosting Tech Support

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Digital Brand Strategy & Stewardship

WordPress Website Training

Email Marketing & List Building

Advanced WordPress Web Development (Custom Post Types & Custom Fields)

Purpose-Driven Web Design

Client Testimonial

❝ What I appreciate most about Jason, beyond the fact that he is extraordinarily talented in every aspect of web design—aesthetics, methods, strategies, and all things SEO—is that he is a delight to work with. He listens, is kind, attentive, and thoughtful. He knows the value of his work and is fair with his pricing. I like that. If you have the opportunity to work with Jason, you won’t regret it. HE IS GOOD! ❞

The KKIS Project, Playa del Carmen, MX

The KKIS Project, Purpose-Driven Web Design by Jason Samadhi
Jason Samadhi, Heart-Centered Creator

Jason Samadhi, Heart-Centered Creator

Who is Jason Samadhi?

Jason Samadhi provides breathwork healing, creative direction, and purpose-driven web design to help you heal, create, and design a life you love and thrive online, selling your business with heart and soul.

Purpose-Driven Web Design

Home Sweet Home Online, Made with Love

Discover a holistic approach to conscious, purpose-driven web design—made with love.

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