Desktop, mobile, and tablet
Members and the local community.
Scenic Hills is a non-profit religious organization that helps the community in San Antonio. The original website needed to be re-designed and transformed to provide a richer user experience. There was no central portal for the members of the community.
As the lead designer on this project, I aimed to create a user-friendly website that would serve as a central portal for the Scenic Hills community. My team and I worked closely with key stakeholders to gather their needs and wants for the redesign. We also tested users to ensure the website met its audience's needs.
We implemented a more intuitive navigation system and informative homepage through our research and testing. We also made sure the website was responsive for mobile devices.
In my work process, I first determined the needs and goals of the organization and the target audience. Then, I created a design that incorporated those needs and was visually appealing.
I also considered how the website would function on different devices. Throughout the process, I utilized user testing to gather feedback and make necessary improvements. Ultimately, I delivered a revamped website that provided a better user experience for the community members.
Setting goals and objectives with team members
Meetings with Stakeholders
Establishing key audiences & building personas
Content audit and inventory
Creating experience maps
Conducting UX research
Conducting competitive research
High fidelity prototypes
Because of my background in Web design and Front-end development, I helped bring the UI designs to life before passing them on to the developers.
-HTML and CSS Coding
-Responsive Site for Desktop, Mobile & Tablet
The result was a website that effectively serves the Scenic Hills community and allows them easy access to critical information and resources. This project was a great example of my ability to collaborate with stakeholders and conduct user research to design an effective solution.
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