Community eCenter (CeC) is a self sustaining shared facility providing affordable access to ICT services such as internet connected computers and fax machines for the purpose of developing rural communities.  The CeC portal website is the information gateway for those who use the CeCs and provides value contents fed from the UN, Governments, NGOs, nonprofits and other sources about agriculture, weather, jobs, training, and events.

The scope of the project was developing a sustainable business model with accessible internet service design for rural communities in Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and India. I collaborated with the international team to develop a website concept, information architecture, service requirements, and wireframes, and managed the production of prototype.