Useful + Usable + Findable + Credible + Desirable + Accessible + Valuable
Understanding the Context
> National Institute of Design, Vijayawada is one of the first new NIDs setups after the proposed NID Act of 2014.
> Even if people have heard about the institute, People make admission related decisions from the information or data available over the internet.
> So inevitably for an Institute, having an online presence that generates a compelling impression is indispensable.
> The Institute needs positive impressions and credibility, the website delivers it.
Identifying Stakeholders’ Goals
Stakeholders were interviewed, their information needs were listed, prioritized and their intent to engage with the website was listed.
Pain Points + Key Insights
> Most Students had trouble finding the Institute’s location as it was located on city outskirts, inside the ANU transit campus.
> The Website had to be minimal and functional keeping in mind the technical aptitude of all stakeholders.
> Being a new Institute’s website, it should have a unique identity, but still be in synergy with the sibling institutes.
Before wireframing and prototyping, an audit of all necessary pages was done, to simplify each form of content and its accessibility as much as possible.
The site was designed to be Responsive and meant to be used across multiple platforms considering the lifestyle and tendencies of the user base.
Project Name: UX design Assignment - Freelance project
Area: Expense filling App for corporate executive.
Project Name: Science and Liberal Arts
Duration: 2 week
Area: Addressing Current world Issues with design
Cards are surfaces that display content and actions on a single topic.
They should be easy to scan for relevant and actionable information. Elements, like text and images, should be placed on them in a way that clearly indicates hierarchy.
A card is identifiable as a single, contained unit.
A card can stand alone, without relying on surrounding elements for context.
A card cannot merge with another card, or divide into multiple cards.