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In 2011, the Women's Sports Foundation's website was showing the wear of age and an information architecture that no longer supported its content… Read More
In 2011, the Women's Sports Foundation's website was showing the wear of age and an information architecture that no longer supported its content or objectives. After a colleague performed a content audit and I wrote detailed user scenarios, I created detailed wireframes to augment the content strategy and help the client see how to make their new and existing content come to life. Though they are not always necessary, detailed wireframes can really help clients who are not sure how the new site will re-imagine their core capabilities through content. Read Less
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Women's Sports Foundation Site Redesign
In 2011, the Women's Sports Foundation's website was showing the wear of age and an information architecture that no longer supported its content or objectives. After a colleague performed a content audit and I wrote detailed user scenarios, I created detailed wireframes to augment the content strategy and help the client see how to make their new and existing content come to life. Though they are not always necessary, detailed wireframes can really help clients who are not sure how the new site will re-imagine their core capabilities through content.

To see the site in its current state, go to http://www.womenssportsfoundation.org