Child Custody Project

Developed with funding from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, the Child Custody Project presents scholarly essays exploring child custody topics in history, law, and society.Topics include child custody in popular media, changing definitions of “best interests” of the child, and child custody laws in Virginia from the colonial era to the present.RRCHNM built the site in WordPress using responsive web design technology, providing for an enjoyable reading experience on desktop, laptop, and mobile devices. Content strategy focused on conveying the societal significance of child custody issues and providing visitors a way to follow themes across essays. The site information design is intended to maximize the user experience in reading long-form essays, while remaining flexible for expanded content in the future.

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