Established in 2020 in Montpellier, France the FotoEvidence Association works at the intersection of human rights and photography through the FotoEvidence Book Award and the FotoEvidence W Award for a woman photographer. The organisation aims to expand and support the work of FotoEvidence, a publishing house established in 2010, dedicated to documentary photography focused on human rights and social and ecological justice. Originally based in Brooklyn, New York, FotoEvidence now operates from the village of Marseilles in Herault, France.
When we met Svetlana the CEO of FotoEvidence, she was looking for a website design that provided quality and authority in the field of photography. This would take place with a front-end design that visually would compliment to their high design, ethic and social standards. “It needed to look authentic.” she commented. Beyond visual, she wanted an improved UX/UI design. The kind of design that larger platforms can offer to their audience. But she did not want to fit in a box, she wanted a design that would be outside of the box separating FotoEvidence with certain appeal and looks.