The Friends of Callan Park are an organisation set up over 20 years ago to protect the park’s heritage and public space.
Their website was in need of an update after 15 years. As usual, I started the project with a workshop, listening to the client’s needs and to their knowledge about the audience and the project. Then, we started creating an organising system for all that historical content, and established the basics for the new ux/ui. Getting the content back on the site in a more orderly fashion is an ongoing project.
I re-ordered the site pages, injected some calls to action and internal links. I sectioned the home page, creating a summary of content and links to other pages. I also ensured marketing content is available via the site.
We are currently working on strengthening possibilites for interaction with visitors of Callan Park, and streamlining the numerous exsiting social media (particularly Instagram) feeds used by the community that uses and enjoys the park. We are also working on strengthening connections to other organisations, such as NSW Health, who manage the site, so we can share information with them using the new site.
The site is, of course, designed for a variety of screen sizes. Our next task will be to evaluate page views and devices used most, and then to re-arrange content accordingly.