moseyR got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Smart Futures Home Page, Student Dashboard, and Cards
Check out moseyR's Web page design contest…
We are an online career transition planning platform for kids, teens and young adults. Our most common clients are school systems and community based education organizations that use this tool with their youth participants. as we go forward we expect the site to be used by all users of all ages.
We want to create a simple, clean style that is highly accessible to both youth and adults, including kids with disabilities. The pages should be responisive to all screen sized including big monitors. Current sites try to utlize screens by % and have code for tablet and mobile. In our student dashboard, we want to convey a clear, linear process so that teachers and students require little or no training to use the application. We also want to convey a clear learning process: "Who Are You? Where Are Your Going? How Do You Get There?" Our website front page needs to be consistent with the design you create for the student dashboard and other pages.
Homepage: I want the homepage at www.smartfutures.org to be cleaned up a bit so it looks professional and matches what you come up with for the main dashboard and related pages. We want a clear simple layout that presents to overall goal of the platform buy doesn't "give away the store" by presenting too much detailed information. We are in the process in integrating what used to be 4 separate programs into this one integrated platform so this site should reflect one platform. I can later add attrtibutions for the separate programs as I see fit. The main components are a login area, an instructor and student registration process, and a teacher code request. I like the format of including most of the info on one page. Student Dashboard main menu and home page: This is the most imporant aspect of the project as the design of the menu navigation will go a long way to making sure users understand the process and navigate easily. I want to convey a clear, linear planning process with the dashboard design itself educating and reinforcing the idea of the career planning process "Who are you? Where are you going? and How to get there?" navigation should be smooth. The interface should be designed as if a student with a reading/learning disability were using it...clear, simple, minimizing the amount of text whenever possible. the home page serves as a control center, directing the student to complete the next task, alerting them of messages, and giving them other options. The page will need to contain a user icon an menu and another menu that allows existing users to enter any of the independent programs. So if a student knows the individual program they want to enter they go directly there. The Career Card: The challenge is making so much data available without overwhelming the participant, most often a k-12 student but could also be an adult. The layout should no scare kids away from the data. It should be laid out as simple as possible and allow the student to dig deeper as they see fit to do. Programs and Majors Card: Same as above. Cards should have a similar layout but design should make it clear whether the card reflects a career, a program or a cluster. College card: need our own design to display the data from the College scorecard listing. https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/school/?203535-Kenyon-College
What to avoid
White background best I would assume, avoid colors that would distract a person with visual disorder. friendly consistent buttons an icons. Avoid any small text or elements that won't convert to tablet and mobile.
We want this educational website to be distinguished from any other by the thoughtful friendly design.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at $849.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
moseyR collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Kishore and The Lion King team were incredibly patient and considerate, whilst dealing with our requests. We required 10 template designs altogether, and all the designs were perfect. Our client is extremely pleased with the final result, and we look forward to recommending The Lion King for our next client. Thanks again.
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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