I got started on physically building the website for Napier Group last week, spending my time on planning the layout and communicating with clients about their preferences. The current version of Group Leadership Intensive (GLI) website is presented above with five navigators serving different sections of information.
The Home screen is reserved for future discussion about what information should be putted in the front. In the About page, there are four sections (Philosophy, Projects, Our Team, Contact) thoroughly introducing the project (waiting to be filled with contents).
News page represents a blog for clients to upload articles and dynamic moments which functions exactly like independent seminar blog.
Right now the website can only serve the function for collecting user information. I’m still figuring out which online payment I should include in the register page in order for the paying process to be convenient and secure and how I can incorporate a third party payment program in the website. This is only the basic layout demo of the website and waiting for approval from the company.
Though I’ve done websites before, there are still many things for me to research in every single project because each project has its own requirements and highlights. While waiting for response from the company, I will continue learning user-experience based design and comparing different payment programs.
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