For this project I had to create style tiles through high fidelity comps to convey the look and feel of their SharePoint intranet and extranet. The public facing website features a plain and simple layout with very little imagery around their information.
Mood boards allowed clients to see the design vision through textures and color selections organized in one place. The only fault in the concept is the actual board, as it does not give a valid glimpse of how element relationships could be solved.
The update was made to increase the user experience and interaction with the site. Taking ideas from “notepads”, the main landing page displays excerpts of the posts in a dynamic way. A user can filter the posts by a single category of multiple categories.
The image gave the City of Houston website a much needed boost towards their gradual redesign of the site. And even though the final result was a simple rearrangement and addition to the original, it solved the communication for the client in a clean and professional manner.
I few elements were mandatory within the search component, but I was able to create a simple basic experience that the user could quickly identify its purpose and engage in its usage.
This data is useful, but they were not utilizing it in a way to increase long-tail sales and promote more customer loyalty.
The current version was not working well for them. It was not only confusing users but did not hold the same values that the company prides itself on. They needed a look that conveyed sophistication and clarity.
So the challenge has been conveying these qualities in different ways to energize and invigorate the community to come to the cultural events and honor his legacy. I approached each year by researching his speeches and looking through imagery.
For this project I had to dive deep into the world of drilling and the key personas involved in the management and work of well operations. These personas were then flushed out with assistance from SMEs and other industry resources.