The website was built in response to an assignment brief for one of the modules (Web Design) part of my second year at university.
From the assignment brief:
"You will need to develop the site from scratch, by doing analysis, identifying purpose & functionality and then the detailed design specification for the site."
In relation to the brief decided was to build a website about the Bulgarian tradition of wearing martenitsas targeting a specific group of users.
Full demo and documentation available upon request.
To make the project more interesting, a specific target group was chosen - children aged between 7 and 10 year's old.
Explored were kids websites, user personas were created from which requirements were defined. Photos of different martenitsas designs were taken. These inspired the creation of vector graphics used on the website.
Delivered was a website representing an educational interactive fairy tale. The intention was to attract children’s interest and help them learn more about martenitsas in a creative way. Using this innovative approach, I have overcome the conventional design challenge and have used my web development skills to deliver a simple yet memorable solution.