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Ronald McDonal House Charities was in need of a completely redesigned site. At the time, the site was outdated both visually and technically, which was causing them to lose donations and volunteers.
The main goal for the new design was to make the site simple and more visually engaging for people of different ethnicities and knowledge of the web. I also aimed to improve the overall user experience through powerful images, good typography, and a user-friendly grid.
I started studying their strict brand guidelines in order to gain a better understanding of what I could and couldn’t do from a design perspective. The platform for the site would be Drupal 8. For the visual approach, I designed three different style tiles to showcase different looks for the site.
Going into mockups, I gave the site a modern and strong visual look using full-screen background images and clear icons to guide the user. The layout slowly started to evolve and elements eventually found their places nicely.
Eventually, all the pages were approved and development was under way. I used webflow for the HTML and CSS and added google's language widgets to allow for different languages on the site.