Project: Improve the readability of the article page
A lengthy project began to redesign the articles pages on Wiley Online Library. Working alongside the UX team in New York, my role was to dissect the vision wireframes into core features and functionality and specify how the look and feel would be implemented into the page architecture. It was a complex procedure; the work I created was the lynch pin between business analysis requirements, the back end development, design and front end markup.
I created lengthy interface specification documents which detailed how the vision design could be mapped, or in some cases, reinterpreted to reach the goal of better readability.
To begin with, every feature and function of the article page needed to be catalogued as a reference point of all CSS styles to be updated.
While at the same time, I broke the wireframes into features for specifying the CSS and interaction changes.
The interface specification went into the fine detail (for desktop and responsive views), including tables..
I also produced user journeys to illustrate Minimum Viable Product for the first release.