Re-design of Seton Hall University Libraries Website

 

Project Summary

Timeline
My Role
Goal
January – May 2019 I was a UX designer, designing this product end-to-end from research to prototype To completely transform the university library’s website in order to provide help to undergraduate students at their points of need

 

Problem Statement

How Might We make it easier for undergrad students to get help in every step of their research process?

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SHU Design Story by Armon Burton of Curious Solomon

About the Project

Overview: This project involved redesigning the information architecture and improving the user experience of Seton Hall University Libraries website.  The Seton Hall University Libraries support excellence in academic and individual work, enable inquiry, foster intellectual and ethical integrity and respect for diverse points of view through user-focused services and robust collections as the intellectual and cultural heart of the University.… Continue Reading »

The Joy of Navigation: A Design Story

About the project

UX-Women was tasked with optimizing the mobile experience for www.nypl.org to accommodate the growing desire for a robust mobile access. Based on our stakeholder interview, we interpreted mobile optimization to include a more seamless experience from desktop to mobile, and from physical libraries to the web.

Over the course of 12 weeks, we followed a process of design, plan and frame, create, and evolve.Continue Reading »

Redesigning the CUNY Graduate Center Library’s Website: A Design Story

Scope

The CUNY Graduate Center (GC) Library is in the process of revamping its digital presence. In order to do this in a way that centers the user’s experience, a careful examination of user behaviors, desires, knowledge, and expectations is required.

My design team, Team Buttons, set out to research the library’s target users in all of these aspects in order to provide the GC Library with the best possible high-fidelity prototypes to help guide the library’s website design process for desktop and mobile interfaces.… Continue Reading »

Case Study: Friends of Material for the Arts

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Material for the Arts had discovered a declining usage of their website. They did not have a mobile optimized website and we were asked to propose a mobile-centered re-design. In this project, we designed a digital interfaces from a user-centered perspective based on user research, interviews and evaluation.

MY ROLE

I had volunteered as the “Project Manager” which was to make sure that we submitted the group assignments on time and organized the group materials.… Continue Reading »

Design Story: FUBU (For Users, By Users)

About the Project

This project was done in Pratt Institute’s Information Architecture and Interaction Design taught by Craig MacDonald. For this project, my group and I were given the task of redesigning the information architecture for Sesame Workshop (www.sesameworkshop.org) that would make the site’s interface much more user friendly, increasing its usability through improvements of its navigation, layout, and how its contents were displayed.Continue Reading »

Design Story: The Intrepid Museum

About the Project

We were tasked with completely redesigning the Intrepid Museum’s website. After some research, we found the current site to be severely lacking in its ability to be aesthetically pleasing while providing users with easy access to information.

My Role

One of the main roles I took on in the group was as a communicator and editor.… Continue Reading »

Queens Historical Society: A Case Study

For over fifty years, the Queens Historical Society (QHS) has been actively celebrating and preserving the heritage and history of Queens, New York through educational programs, exhibitions, and its public repository of archival collections and sources.  The QHS website is a key vehicle for communicating their mission to the widest audience possible, yet their message gets lost in the clutter of content, images, navigation bars, and more.Continue Reading »