UT Libraries Copyright Tutorial

For the redesign of the Copyright Tutorial, the client had a specific idea in mind regarding the look and feel.  Her understanding of how the content should fit together, however, was somewhat hazy.  After a competitive analysis and a few discussions with her, I developed low-fidelity wireframes, and she and I continued to talk about content types and structure.  Although the site has not yet been completed, the wireframes are a guide, at least, to indicate to the next architect or developer that the client wants a slightly interactive site that is based on, and reflects the design of, a copyright presentation she had developed earlier.

(See the current Copyright Tutorial.)


Clickable low-fidelity wireframe (PDF 366 KB)

My Role

Conducted competitive analysis of simple online tutorials and other sites about copyright; interviewed the client and discussed user needs and university requirements; developed wireframes.

Wireframe for the "Ownership" subpage

Wireframe for the "Ownership" subpage