Redesigns for amusement park fansites
I designed new layouts for the Coaster Crew Network fansites, which the other Coaster Crew staff are working on taking live.  Here are several of the fansites that best showcase the new variety in the Coaster Crew Network.
KIFansite (Kings Island) beta in testing.  Kings Island is well-known for its large kids' area and waterpark, as well as its thrill rides.  One of their staff took the picture in the background, which shows Kings Island as both a thrill park and a family park.
BGWFansite (fansite for Busch Gardens Williamsburg, in beta) as it would look on a tablet and smartphone.
BGWFansite (Busch Gardens Williamsburg) redesign in beta, as it displays in mobile width on a laptop. The fansite's logo still uses the existing site's colors.
At mobile width, CPFansite's welcome message is simplified to address the reason why many people know about the park: its large collection of famous roller coasters and thrill rides.
The first Coaster Crew Network fansite, KDFansite (Kings Dominion), gets a new look at its mobile width.
KIFansite (Kings Island) in its mobile layout.
SFAFansite (Six Flags America) redesign at mobile width.
I am now available for new user experience (UX) design and usability consulting projects.  Email me at info@amusementux.com if interested.  I'm particularly interested in working with members of the amusement industry: parks, ride companies, aquariums, zoos, and companies which support them.
Redesigns for amusement park fansites
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Redesigns for amusement park fansites

I redesigned the fansites for the Coaster Crew Network, a network of (as of this writing) 8 fan-run websites for amusement parks throughout the U Read More
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