One of the design challenges of the website was coming up with a way of navigating to specific or curated content without breaking the user's browsing and activity. Through discussions and collaboration, the solution was to create a search bar that acted as a title for either custom searches or curated searches, as well as a subtle menu for users who were less tech-savvy.
Bringing the Royal Family online
A huge audience, of all ages and from across the world can be updated on the lives of the Royals as they
change and grow. The rise of social media has meant the households are sharing more candid and intimate
content with the public.
The project was to design a website that brought content from social media, archives, events and other sources together, acting as one source of truth for all the Royals’ content to create genuine and relatable connections with the public.
A collaborative process through research, workshopping and working alongside another.
Research and requirements gathering
Through workshopping, interviews with the main stakeholders and desk research with the client to understand their needs and goals.
Design experimentation and collaboration
Using the research, producing multiple design routes and collaborating the client to establish a route to move forward with.
Final design development
Working alongside another designer to create final designs based on previous experimentation.
For the arrival of Princess Charlotte, A graphic for the online announcement of the birth of the Princess that was shared on the official Twitter account and viewed by people all over the world. It illustrates the announcement as it would look at Buckingham Palace, giving those across the world a feel of what it'd be like to see it first hand.