UX, Information Architecture
TheWave.info is a website in place to provide information to visitors of the popular photographic destination in Page, Arizona called The Wave. I was responsible for restructuring their content to better direct users to plan their trip to the destination.
Visitors to TheWave.info attempting to find information about the Wave located in Page, Arizona were being misdirected by having an overwhelming amount of information poorly organized. Users need to be able to find information on the wave, what they may need to go there and directions on how to get there. In addition, users should be able to easily access permit information and the online application to be able to access the site.
Improve navigation on website to provide quicker access to planning tools and lottery permit application + process. In addition, remove unnecessary and repetitive information throughout website as to avoid confusion for visitors to the site.
Approach + Deliverables
This project was conceptualized and undertaken as practice although it is following a UX design process, this project is not forecasted to ship or become a real product.
Paper + Pencil