UI/UX design + front-end development

Deadly Gippsland

UX & UI design, front-end development, custom WordPress development

Project details

Client: Deadly Gippsland

Date: August 2018

Role: Project lead, principal designer, front-end developer

Challenge: Build a website meant to be a hub for information, resources, and events for Indigenous communities in Gippsland.

Tasks

UI design
UX design
Design workshops
User flows
Mockups
WordPress development
Custom code (TWIG, PHP)

Tools used

Pen and paper
Adobe XD
Adobe Photoshop
InVision
Slack
Google Suite
WordPress
Bitbucket
MAMP

A quick rundown of my work

I worked on the UX and visual design, which included creating high-fidelity mockups following a design workshop with the client. The client wanted to base their website's design on a painting created for them by a local Indigenous artist, so we ensured we incorporated various elements of that artwork on elements throughout the site. I was also the lead developer for this project and implemented code customisations in TWIG for the calendar functionality of the website.

Below are some screenshots of the live site as well as first-draft mockups, which we iterated per the client's feedback and user testing.

I'm currently working on the case study for this project; it should be up shortly. Meanwhile, if you have any questions about my work, please email me. Thanks!

Live site

The live site for this project may be viewed at https://deadlygippsland.com.au.