Design all required webpages, put in place new copy and content, and ensure the functionality on the newly branded website in time for launch.
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Below shows a few of the page mock-ups and notated wireframes that I completed.
2014: My role in the new website launch came to a close and I returned to product design.
2015: On top of being the web consultant as needed, I participated in a page re-design project shown below.
One year after website launch, the Marketing Manager has a new goal for the website’s Team page.
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CHALLENGES & SOLUTIONS
For the bare amount of resources we had as a team in 2014, the successful launch of this website was an enormous accomplishment. At the start of this project, the skills I offered came from my understanding of graphic layout and basic front-end development. Shortly after, I began to study user experience design which further gave me perspective on how the website overall could improve. When I go back to these designs, I can think of ways that they can be more user-centric, interactive, and responsive. Nevertheless, I take pride that in my contribution to the success of the website’s first phase, I used some of my core design values to do so - consistency, efficiency, sustainability, and simplicity. It is not my role in the company to do any more work on the website, so instead, I have been acting as an advocate for user experience design, especially as we approach our next evolution as a business. Being able to further contribute to our small team in this way has been rewarding and a great practice ground to apply UX principles in a real context.