Website Redesign Guidelines
○ Significant visual design changes that you have made.
○ Notable changes made to page layout and navigation.
○ Changes made to the site’s content and other information architecture issues.
○ Each reference should include a title and URL.
Deliverables and Submission
○ Upload your completed mockup image to Moodle as a JPEG image file.
○ Your redesign should be a single tall image.
○ Resize your image so that it is 1280 pixels wide.
○ Upload your report to Moodle as a PDF or DOCX file.
○ Include references on a separate page at the end of the document.
Choosing a local small business website
The redesign must be for a real small business that already has a website. Find a site that would benefit from a redesign! The current site should have enough content to support a redesign. If you can identify at least 5 things to fix in the site, it could be a good choice.
If you are having difficulty finding a suitable business site to redesign, try using Google Maps (or other map service) to search for different types of businesses in your local area.
To complete Participation Milestone 3, you must attend the week 6 lab session and inform your tutor which website you have chosen to redesign for your assignment.
Researching your site redesign
Your redesign should attempt to solve real problems found in the existing site.
The most important redesign decisions you make should be supported with appropriate reasoning that takes into consideration:
Recommended mockup design tools
Your redesign must be in the form of a high-fidelity mock-up – not a low-fidelity wireframe.
Do not code a working webpage. No marks are awarded in this assignment for writing code.
Choose a tool that you are comfortable working with that will allow you to produce a clear and presentable design with relative ease.
○ Google Slides (recommended), Microsoft PowerPoint
○ Photopea.com, Diagrams.net
○ Figma.com, Penpot.app