| Bomber Command
One of the projects I most enjoyed was working on Bomber Command. The website was already live and was an amazing project to be a part of. There was an existing user audience and whilst I worked, I also learnt from inspiring stories from veterans, soldiers, pilots and engineers who all had brave tales to share.
As mentioned, Bomber Command was already an existing, popular website. I worked on maintaining the site and tidying up existing content, whilst also brainstorming and sketching fresh designs for new pages and sections.
The site was built through a CMS platform so all changes ran through this with a dedicated developer overseeing the project.
01 | Initial memorial page layouts
02 | Ongoing layouts for different pages
03 | Tablet focussed layouts
01 | Final Memorial layout needed to be very visual and showcase the new Spire and its surroundings
02 | Memories final layout presented touching photographs and invited users to read heart warming stories
03 | The Chadwick centre was an ongoing project showcasing photos and 3d mockups of the completed building
01 | The layout to the homepage was always being amended to highlight various events and shows.
02 | The end design worked exceptionally well with the great photography and Milestones target information for the centre
I oversaw the content whilst worked on creating new, user friendly pages and sections for the site. After meetings with the client, we discussed existing plans for new sections regarding a memorial centre. The layouts and design for this section of the site incorporated new photography, helping to create bold content pages.
Alongside new content, I reviewed existing pages looking to make improvements, whether visual or from a usability perspective.
Bomber Command had been a live site before I started any work. It has always remained popular with it's users and performed well. The new additions I designed resulted in providing further effective, user friendly sections for the site.Ξ Work