Lake Washington Institute of Techology Redesign

Posted on Jan 23, 2015

The redesign project for Lake Washington Institute of Technology involved user research which resulted in developing a new information architecture, page layout and design to attract the primary audience. Working collaboratively with the internal web and marketing team, Kanner Kreative was able to provide guidance in user research, develop a new information architecture, content strategy and page layout, as well as direction in design,...

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Edmonds Community College Homepage Redesign

Posted on Oct 16, 2013

Edmonds Community College needed to temporarily refresh the homepage of the site as it migrated to a new content management system, OmniUpdate. The project’s scope was to design a simpler, more easily navigable homepage which would work as a lead-in to future developments for the site and it’s organization and information...

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Remodeling a Support Site

Posted on Oct 25, 2012

OmniUpdate, a longtime partner in higher education website development and vendor for OUCampus content management, came to Kanner Kreative looking for a more user-friendly, intuitively-architected solution for their support website. Through various methods of gathering user feedback and working with OmniUpdate support staff, the solution resulted in a more intuitive navigation structure and website architecture. The internal development team at...

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New Navigation Pathways for a University

Posted on Jul 12, 2012

A college in Boulder, Colorado, Naropa was looking for a cleaner, more deliberate approach to their website. Consulting through Noel-Levitz, Ellen worked with the internal team to develop an information architecture and inventoried content to develop a page structure to support this user experience goal. Through one-on-one user interviews, stakeholder interviews, reviewing analytics and other methods of user research, wireframes and the...

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Oklahoma City Community College

Posted on Jun 9, 2012

For Oklahoma City Community College, in consulting with Noel-Levitz, Ellen gathered elements from client-conducted user research, surveys and focus groups to develop wireframes and the information architecture that appears on the site. Working with a designer, developer, and those with varying responsibilities on the client’s side, developed a successful presentation that works for a variety of audiences as well as prospective...

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