This full-screen website was designed with a mobile-first approach to display well on all screens and devices. Created to replace the current CE website. The colors are the standard WSU purple and gold. However the imagery has been selected to not only be scalable, but to also communicate the nature of the Division of Continuing Education, "WSU Continuing Education and Community Services facilitates life-long learning anytime, anywhere, through innovation, technology and partnerships."
A full width website featuring each of the individual presenters at the conference, the conference schedule, and follow-up content. This was a project that I not only produced the website for, but the identity and promotional materials as well.
Full-width page with jQuery scrolling meant to replace the current Eight Steps page in the near future. To avoid multiple pages, while still making the content digestible, I developed this page in a sort of scrolling, multiple section format. This site is also designed with media queries in order to display well on all device sizes. The color palette is consistent with Weber's emphasis on purple, but has been created to make the content less intimidating and more enjoyable to read through. This content is meant to be dropped into the new theme that I have also currently been working on with other members of the web development team in Continuing Education's Marketing Department.
This step by step guide was created to help people get through the process of starting their college education. It is designed to be friendly, easy to read, and to make it easy to access the needed resources.