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Digital Harmony: MMCC Responsive Web Redesign

Project Overview

This UX project was initiated as a response to the realization that the previous website, frozen in the early 2000s, was severely outdated. It lacked responsiveness, user-friendliness, and ADA accessibility, creating a suboptimal online experience. Our mission was to breathe new life into the digital landscape by crafting a website that met contemporary design standards and ensured inclusivity for all users. This project marked a pivotal moment in the evolution of Mount Moriah Christian Center's online identity, ushering in a modern, accessible, and user-friendly platform.

My Contributions

In the collaborative effort to rejuvenate Mount Moriah Christian Center's online presence, my role as a visual designer was instrumental. Leading a dedicated team of classmates, I played a key role in providing access to decision-makers within the church. In addition to conducting user interviews, my responsibilities extended to the creation of comprehensive wireframes. Furthermore, I actively collaborated on multiple prototype iterations, ensuring that the design not only met the church's objectives but also resonated with the needs and preferences of the users. Through these contributions, I aimed to enhance the visual appeal and user experience of the website, aligning it with modern design standards and the church's vision.

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The Approach.

Our overarching goal was to strike a balance between catering to the preferences of the younger generation while ensuring the website remained intuitive and easily navigable for older users. Recognizing the diverse user base of Mount Moriah Christian Center, we aimed to create a design that would be visually appealing and engaging for younger users, incorporating modern aesthetics. Simultaneously, a key focus was placed on ensuring the interface's intuitiveness, making it easy for older users to navigate and interact seamlessly with the website. This dual approach sought to bridge generational gaps, fostering inclusivity and enhancing the overall user experience for individuals of all ages within the church community.

Stakeholder Interview.

In the stakeholder interview, key priorities were identified. Stakeholders expressed a strong desire to update church information and enhance resources on the website. Additionally, there was a focus on promoting community involvement through outreach ministries and expanding the global audience. These insights guided the UX team in creating a website that aligned with the church's goals.

User Interviews.

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Simone Woods

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Nicole Yang

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Calvin Smith

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Suzanne Levis

User Flow

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The Solution.

The solution is an intuitive app that streamlines the cooking experience. Users can access it through new or existing accounts created via email or social login. Upon login, they populate their virtual "fridge" with available ingredients, easily added from a comprehensive library or popular suggestions. The app generates recipe suggestions based on these items, displaying three recipes at a time and offering more upon request. Users can explore a broader recipe library sourced from reputable blogs and websites. Additionally, they can curate a list of favorite recipes for quick access, prioritizing the most recently saved ones. The app aims to present recipes with simple ingredients, clear instructions, and quick preparation times, fostering users' confidence in their cooking abilities without overwhelming them with excessive options. Ultimately, the goal is to create a returning user base by gradually enhancing their culinary skills and comfort in the kitchen.

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