For the last 6 months I have been working on redesigning the Museum of East Anglian Life’s webpage. The idea behind this redesign was to create a webpage that retained the overall structure of the old site, while at the same time fixing the information hierarchy and the ease of use of the website. Special considerations were made for learning disabilities, and ease of use both for administrators and users.
The website uses a 4 column grid that is adapted to each specific section of the website. A top heavy navigation was chosen after analyzing the browsing habits exhibited by users of the old website, bringing it in-line with popular idea of having your most relevant information above the fold.
Special thanks to: Tony Butler, Patsy Cane, Lisa Harris, Jo Rooks and Darren Dordoy.