Redesign the UCompute website allowing users easy access to tutorials and resources
User experience designer
Evaluating the original UCompute website provided insight into issues needing to be resolved in the redesign UCompute. When viewing the website we quickly noticed there was little structure in the organization of resources and tutorials. The rating system used for resources was also difficult to understand. Keeping these issues in mind we were able to reorganize the resources and tutorials into categories making them easier to locate. We also redesigned the rating system to be easier for users to understand.
With our evaluation complete, I began sketching wireframes with pen and paper. Sketching ideas assisted me in visualizing several possible layouts for the website. I then Shared my sketches to receive feedback, helping me narrow my focus and choose a few ideas to wireframe digitally.
Utilizing my sketches as a guide, I wireframed three possible layouts for the website in Illustrator. When the wireframes were complete we brought them to the Center for Computational Science to review. After discussing the different wireframes we were able to agree on a layout we believed would be most effective for UCompute.
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