LSA Technology Services Website

Developed to improve search and access to all our services while supporting LSA Technology Services’ strategic goal of “Providing Faculty and Staff with Easier Access to Services,” the website houses support information for the newly formed units: Academic Technology Services, Operational Effectiveness, Research Computing and Infrastructure, Support Services, and Web and Application Development Services.

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  • Uses customer research to drive best digital outcomes.
  • Transform complex tasks into intuitive, accessible and easy-to-use designs through the entire experience lifecycle, from the first-time user to the expert.
  • Analyze internal and external feedback to create design solutions that satisfy user and business needs.

Screenshot of color palette for style guide

LSA Project Style Guide Built with Bootstrap

Interactive style guide built with bootstrap framework, for use during design implementation and development. The groundwork for a living document for an evolving project.

LSA Homepage screenshot

U-M College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) website was designed and built in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). Contributed in the implementation of custom site-specific features including:

  • Embellished hover effects
  • Parallax images
  • Video banner
  • Treatments for full-width images
Semester in Detroit website screenshot

LSA Unit Website

An example of a LSA unit website is Semester in Detroit. This was part of a 125 site migration from OpenText to Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).

  • Assisted with the implementation of AEM across all the LSA unit websites
  • Design input from early design to development
Waste & Recycling News website screenshot

Waste & Recycling News

Produced design and served as a liaison between multiple stakeholders and the development team to launch a user-friendly, streamlined version of the WRN  website in May 2012.

2012 vs 2011