At the time, the seminary's web experience was facing challenges in providing easier navigation for its web users (especially on mobile) as well as a more refined visual direction within its redeveloping brand.
The solution was a new, custom developed theme that positively reshaped the content hierarchy and organization for better navigation/presentation of info across all devices on top of a solidified design language that expressed the brand more accurately.
Wireframes, content architecture, ui design, design system, front-end development
When it came to the re-design, I lead the process in how we (as the communications team) and other departments evaluated how the content was organized and the processes we need to make it more effective internally and externally. From then it was a matter of finding visual direction that matched their traditional and contemporary attributes to add on top of our new content hierarchy.