This student project challenged our team to redesign a government website. We chose Department of the Interior. If you've ever tried to use a U.S. government website, you may have been confronted with usability issues. After redefining information architecture, I remain convinced that this tedious process could stand to be applied to all government websites. By researching other countries' systems, we were exposed to cohesive design strategies that we strived to implement into our process as well. The result is an organized website with intuitive navigation, pleasing colors and advanced accessibility.
Although I was involved in all parts of the process, my duties as Design Lead included all color, typographic and layout decisions as well as all illustrations, wire-framing and prototyping seen here.