A modern web and mobile site redesign attracts new memberships, promoting a community that supports health and fitness.
UX and Visual Design
ABOUT THE PROJECT
Temescal Masters launched their website in the late 1990s. They were ready to update their website to meet modern standards.
As a non-profit organization,
Temescal Masters had a very low budget to redesign their website.
Temescal Master's outdated website needed a redesign to attract new swimmers. In addition, through user research, existing swimmers wanted easy access to upcoming events.
THE RESULTS SNEAK PEAK
Original home page
Home page - final redesign
THE ORIGINAL PAGES
The original pages were outdated with a purple background. Purple?! The page layouts lacked structure and there was too much text with very few visuals. Users had to read through the large chunks of information to get what they needed, which caused annoyance. Thus, this was the perfect opportunity for me to transform ugly pages into fun and modern pages.
Original home page
Original registration Page
Original coaches' bio page
The redesigned home page had a similar layout from start to finish. New users who landed on the home page were greeted with photos of happy swim members and could easily learn how to join the team. Existing members could access upcoming events.
Home page - 1st iteration
Home page - 2nd iteration
Home page - 3rd iteration
THE VISUAL ILLUSTRATIONS
I started with a horizontal layout of the schedule but decided to change it to a vertical orientation because it was more mobile friendly. I also played with multiple colors to illustrate the difference of time but realized that too many colors was distracting.
Swim schedule - 1st iteration
Swim schedule - 2nd iteration
Swim schedule - 3rd iteration
THE FINAL SOLUTION
A modern and lively website.
Fix backend and connect with Wild Apricot.
Continue to conduct usability testing to see if website attracts new swimmers and increases membership enrollment.
Add Shop on navigation, linking it to Shopify.
The most challenging part of this project was working with Teme's limited budget. The most rewarding part was seeing the faces of board members light up when they saw the new website. They were incredibly gracious and appreciative of my work. Happy clients are the best clients.