One of my early projects at Willoughby is also still one of my favorites. Working with the five original founders of El Dorarado Architects was challenging- in a good way. They wanted an intuitive, sleek site with a dose of quirk. It had to capture their personality and showcase their work. The end product was developed in flash, and organized around a simple grid. Pages were divided in 2 columns, 3, 4 or 12. The portfolios and timelines featured stacked cards with an intuitive navigation. Before user-interaction was a thing, this was designed with the user in mind.
It was honored as Juror's Choice by AIGA Kansas City
ROLE: UX/UI Designer, Visual Design
USER EXPERIENCE, USER INTERFACE, SITE ARCHITECTURE, VISUAL DESIGN