AuPairIreland.ie

AuPairIreland.ie is a responsive, HTML5, CSS-based website.

Primary users were female, aged between 18-43 and the majority of visitors accessed the site using mobile devices. With this in mind, it was designed using a mobile-first approach. The existing PHP powered site was deconstructed, old HTML markup and CSS removed, and it was rebuilt using the Bootstrap framework to manage the layout, components and utilities.

I was responsible for all aspects of the rebuild, including design, accessibility design, responsive design and front-end (HTML and custom CSS).

Responsive Public Portal

Responsive, accessible public portal

The Citizens’ Portal is a responsive, accessible public portal, designed to allow the public create, edit, submit and check on progress of self-assessments. It’s built to AA accessibility standards, and is fully responsive.

I was responsible for all UI artwork and design, accessibility design, responsive design and front-end (HTML and CSS).

Here she be, on a test server: https://citizenportaltest.careworks.ie/  (log in to the member’s area with the username, password and PIN in my CV) apologies in advance, but it’s a very, very slow machine.

 

New York Connects, Resource Directory

Responsive, accessible public portal

New York Connects Resource Directory is portal, designed and built for the New York State Office for the Aging. It allows users source unbiased information about long and short-term supports in New York State, for people of all ages, and with any sort of disability. Information can be found via a keyword search, a guided search, and by browsing categories. A logged-in section allows registered users save searches and download personalised support plans. 

This portal is built to AA accessibility standards, and is fully responsive.  

I was responsible for all UI artwork and design, accessibility design, responsive design, front-end and CSS coding, and the management of the successful accessibility audit and certification of the portal by the Shaw Trust.

PS: Some design elements, such as the purple used throughout the site, the white navigation bar at the top of the page, and page footers were required by New York State branding guidelines. 

You can visit the New York Connects Resource Directory here