Web interface design based on user navigation for an online academic journal.
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Jim recently wrote an article for the Journal of Critical Incidents and, as part of the process, now needs to read and write a review on a separate article.
The website for the Journal of Critical Incidents makes it easy to determine what type of user you are and the tasks that you need to get done.
Both wireframes and a site map were generated to help distinguish the use flow for the JCI website. It helped to organize content in a way that would make sense for the user.
Before constructing the website, a library of specific content was created with pieces that would eventually help construct the website. This made it easier to establish consistency across all components.
The library included components called "atoms" and "molecules" named to represent different sizes of coded pieces.
Individual screens were constructed through bringing together different pieces called “atoms” and “molecules.” The pages connect through a system based on different users and makes navigating the website easier.
Adjustments were made to items including color, typography, and imagery to better fit the intended audience.
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