As part of a Web Usability course at SCU, I redesigned the SCU eCampus website. The eCampus site is a critical resource for students, parents, and employees at SCU. All main functions expected by these various users, such as registering for classes, paying fees, and logging hours into a timesheet, are done through eCampus.
One issue with eCampus, however, is its lack of usability. It is neither easy nor fun to use. The intuitiveness of the application is extremely low.
As a result, I redesigned a few major pages of the site for a Web Usability course project.
The photos below display both the original version and my updated version of the design.
Project Name: eCampus Redesign
Client: SCU Students, Parents, and Employees
Skills: Wireframing, Prototyping, Adobe XD, Adobe Illustrator
Category: Web Design