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Building brand awareness through content creation and community engagement.
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This year, MIT Sloan Management Review needed an update to all their gated content and user access levels. This particular project took a lot of strategy and multiple structure options to ensure that both MIT SMR’s database program (ESP) worked cohesively with WordPress login.
In 2010, we were asked to take on the new Packard.org project. They currently weren’t utilizing a WordPress platform so this project was built from the ground up. We were able to provide a site designed to highlight important visuals with a rotating lead on the homepage, special widgets to highlight Grantee stories and a database management system for the Grants and Fellowships.
Tasty Kitchen is an online food community where users can login, upload recipes, and update personal profiles. The ability to upload a recipe is prominent and consistent throughout the site for easy access. The Pioneer Woman uploads her own favorites and also chooses her favorites among other shared recipes. The homepage highlights recipes with a rotating lead and showcases popular recipes, the latest recipes that are easy to filter by tabbed criteria (recent, rating, photos and title) and recipes from the Tasty Kitchen blog.
Visitors can search for recipes through built in search criteria (keywords, category and members) that help create a more accurate search result. There is also a blog component that displays recipes step by step. We’ve integrated recipe short codes to make printing recipes from the blog easy and quick.
The Tasty Kitchen blog is displays more recipes with step by step instructions and pictures.
- UX Strategy
- Interaction Design
- User Interface Design
- Platform Strategy
- Application Development
- Infrastructure Strategy