ESPN.com Conceptual Redesign
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In 2013, I took some personal time to execute a design concept for one of my favorite sites: ESPN.com. At the time, ESPN was a poorly designed an… Read More
In 2013, I took some personal time to execute a design concept for one of my favorite sites: ESPN.com. At the time, ESPN was a poorly designed and terribly dated website (since then, it has been updated). I spent the next few days to strategize content delivery. Schematically planning the UX structure of content elements and modules and creating a responsive grid structure that would key. I found that the content on their desktop site didn't always match their mobile or tablet site. So keeping this consistent across all devices was crucial in this experiment. The use of contemporary webfonts and large photography was to help propel this website to modern day styles and trends. Read Less
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In 2013, I took some personal time to execute a design concept for one of my favorite sites: ESPN.com. At the time, ESPN was a poorly designed and terribly dated website (since then, it has been updated). I spent the next few days to strategize content delivery. Schematically planning the UX structure of content elements and modules and creating a responsive grid structure that would key. I found that the content on their desktop site didn't always match their mobile or tablet site. So keeping this consistent across all devices was crucial in this experiment. The use of contemporary webfonts and large photography was to help propel this website to modern day styles and trends.