N P S

 

T H E C H A L L E N G E

This project proposed the challenge of redesigning a government agency to be responsive while catering to both the needs of its users and the agency in a clearer manner. Deliverables for this included navigation with three webpages for mobile, tablet and desktop that passed accessibility testing and design needed to be clearly directed by research.

 
 

R O L E:
UX Associate

T I M E F R A M E:
3 weeks

O R G A N I Z A T I O N:
NPS

T E A M S I Z E:
3 People

 

T H E P R O C E S S

After choosing the National Park Service to focus on, our goal was to understand and more clearly define what the NPS was actually about. We took a lot of time to develop a concise mission statement and ensure that every aspect of the redesign was directly connected to that, while also making sure to clarify the site navigation since we found many rabbit holes for the users to get lost in.

At the end of the day, national parks are for everybody from every walk of life, so the site needed to be accessible and clear to everyone, regardless of what device they’re on, cohesive and understandable, and serve a clear purpose.

 
  • Redlining/Annotations

  • Sitemap/User Flow

  • SWOT/User Needs

  • Moodboard

  • Card Sorting

  • Brand Voice


D I S C O V E R


S I T E A U D I T

M O O D B O A R D

B R A N D V O I C E

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D E F I N E