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applied communication theory website

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[applied communication theory website]

client : kcai applied communication theory class
software : adobe muse, adobe photoshop, adobe illustrator
categories : web designinteractive design, illustration 

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The goal of this project was to create a website for a target audience of 35-50 years of age that housed the information we were learning in the applied communication theory class. This information included vocabulary terms and image examples. In order to create a site that would hold the visitors’ attention, I hand illustrated every image example and utilized an “infinite scroll” functionality. The “infinite scroll” functionality would allow the visitor to continue discovering elements within the site and expand the immersive aspect of the experience.  Another function I added to make the site more immersive was utilizing rollovers to show the terms and definitions. The images that are interactive are turquoise and, when hovered over, turn orange and display a pop-up that houses the terminology and definition for each item.

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