We live in a diverse and dynamic society. Scientific evidence shows that social contact can help communities to better understand each other and connect. In co-creation with Movisie and KIS institutes, I transformed their knowledge into the practical tool: wijkverbinder (community connector). This tools aims to assist community initiatives and social professionals in organizing activities that promote respectful coexistence.
As a designer I facilitated and executed the entire process, starting from a 25-page text document and concluding with a dummy version of the website. The project involved the following steps:
Facilitating a creative session to identify the target audience, define the goals, and outline the key aspects of the tool.
Presenting the proposed structure, content, and visual design of the tool to gather feedback and ensure alignment with the stakeholders’ expectations.
Creating all visual elements, text content, wireframes, and prototypes using Adobe AI & XD, which served as the foundation for the final design to be developed by a website builder.
By following this three-step approach, I was able to efficiently progress from the vision of the knowledge institutes towards a tangible prototype, ensuring a smooth transition for the final development phase. Click here to read more about the tool.