Design of​​​​​​​
After a full-fledged rebranding and creating the company's branding guidelines, we started the website redesign with UX research, competitive analysis and white-boarding with sticky notes in a workshop we set up for the stakeholders and end-users as the first step in our UX design:
Our next step in UX design was building the information architecture:​​​​​​​
Followed by the content development and wireframes:​​​​​​​
Above is an embedded prototype best viewed on desktop for full view click here.

Once the wireframes were tested and approved I stepped into the UI design and created the high-fidelity prototypes. To enable accessibility of the content by a wider range of people with disabilities the T-Rex website was designed following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to meet “AA” level 508 compliance requirements. This required a high contrast design: 
View the live site: 
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