A result of the user study conducted to improve the interface of Axis 360 to better suit the needs of the library patron. An in-depth process including video and survey feedback was made to take the designs from the wireframing phase into the final design for development.
This is a redesign of the Carolina Tiger Rescue. They are a non-profit organization that is rescuing mistreated or neglected big cats. Their mission is that of conversation and education through up close interactions with their residents. This redesign is to bring the current website up to the standards of today and create a better experience for the users.
I have chosen to place emphasis on donations, tours, and the animals themselves. The redesign includes some slight tweaking of their logo and an overhaul of their sitemap. This is currently a work in progress that I would love to speak more at length about.
Redesign and rebrand the web property of Carolina Tiger Rescue. I lead the deliverables to make the website mobile friendly and more in line with the organization's mission.
I took pre-existing photos of the animals the organization keeps and showcased them throughout the design. I wanted users to connect with them as they progressed through the site. Part of Carolina Tiger Rescue's mission is to educate through up close encounters with the cats they keep. I wanted the website to reflect this ideal.
I've redone the visual cues of the website. Call to actions are now done completely with button styles. The navigation has been simplified for ease of use, and similar pages have been consolidated for the same purpose.
This site was created as a way to introduce Unum's workforce into the implementation of an Agile work environment. The primary audience was the management staff and anyone above that level. This site was originally conceived to give a quick overview of the new method and resources to learn more.
I was in charge of taking the concept and fleshing it out. I was given the content and to balance giving the users a fun way to interact with the information and navigate through the resources presented along with meeting business needs. The idea was to keep it as a one page informational site. Something quick and easy for upper management to glance over and become informed on the Agile methodology.
A site created for the company's homepage and their custom created CMS. Initially came forth as an effort to bring their page and design into the responsive era of websites with the intent to reach a wider audience/customer base. The site is the main point of contact between CityPortals is the site, so it is important to keep the user engaged.
The CMS itself required a complete overall of their existing mocks. The result is a modern, mobile and user friendly design. It is a selling point to news organizations and city hubs. It had to reach a balance of having ad revenue places and news important to the user.
Colonial Life Marketing
These designs are done for one off marketing pages for Colonial Life or Unum Group. Most are a part of the VDM project which is an email campaign to get most users going to our sites. I have started taking a new approach with this. Instead of showing several pages with different 'states' I have taken to making modules instead. This cuts down on design time and save the developers time as well.
The first project is VDM which was an email campaign. This page is where a user would go when receiving a benefits email for Colonial Life through their employer. The challenge here is that there could be 1, 2, or 3 options to sign up. The page layout needed to be flexible enough to accommodate any of those scenarios.
The second project was a redo of the timeline on the public website for the ACA guidelines to be implemented. You can view the live version here.