Mark Fischer will share his experience at An Event Apart in Orlando which he describes as a “design conference focused on the web” and “fan-bleeping-tastic!”
NOTE that the meeting is scheduled to run a little longer than usual to allow for time to share information and experience regarding the recent Drupal core vulnerability, a.k.a. Drupalpocalypse / Drupalgeddon.
In Spring of 2012, a small project team took on a 6-month redesign challenge. This presentation will outline the process we used to complete a website overhaul for the Center for Creative Photography. We developed a purpose, target audience, personas, primary tasks, and scenarios. We conducted a competitive analysis, surveyed users, interviewed stakeholders, and created an information architecture and fresh content. We evaluated the design by means of remote card sorting and usability testing. Finally, we established and implemented a sustainable content strategy.
State of the Web:
There has been no new information on the directive from Dr. Shelton about the consistent UA web banners to appear on each UA website; the color palette that was supplied by an outside company that contains complimentary colors to UA Red & Blue is not yet available.
Usability Testing & Web Design
Jan Knight Research Specialist, Learning Technology Center Attachment: PowerPoint [1,065 KB]