Go to Live -Website
2022.04 - 2022.05
MFADT 2022 Thesis Event Website Design
100 projects from emerging artists, designers, coders, makers, hackers, educators and thinkers, standing as evidence of resilience and innovation.
- Responsive website design.
- Collaboration with the web developer and the thesis event committee.
- Student project submission instruction materials, WordPress pages management.
Goals and Constrains
Parties involved with the scope of our work include program students, event committee, web developer, and the general public.
I worked closely with the event committe iterating upon new contents, communicating with the web developer ensuring the design landed as expected.
On the submission side, I created student project submission manuals in pdf and walkthrough videos. Minimizing the content errors hosting more than 100 users.
Project submission instruction manual
Materials including a set of 3 step-by-step pdfs and 3 videos.
Maintaining a component library throughout the wireframing process allows us to iterate the design efficiently and consistently within the design team. It also helps expedite the development progress.
No matter how tight the deadline is, always allocate time for feedbacks in any shape or form, the development of ECHOES has benefited from multiple informal internal feedbacks, allowing the whole team to move fast with confident.
Always consider the “usability” of the design not only for end users but also for collaborators. Dissect the design with simple diagrams for developers’ better comprehension. Try to catch errors as early in the process as possible with thought out instructions for collaborators.