In 2014 LEWIS Pulse were invited to pitch and won the opportunity to redesign the BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons) website.
The previous site content had become bloated and sprawling while the design was outdated and in need of a considerable refresh. As the lead creative and assistant project manager in the team I attended all scoping meetings, liaised with the client key stakeholders directly in order to understand the full project requirements.
Within the team I produced wireframes, written analysis and multiple design routes; eventually combining elements and ideas to deliver a design and experience that the client was happy with. The client’s user base was diverse with students, surgeons, committee and association members all having different requirements and sections.
Final design assets were exported for the development, which I was also involved in making sure ran smoothly once my initial design work was complete. I have included some of the design stages below that were combined into the final completed website.