RCIL.org assists people with all types of disabilities who want the opportunity to live independently and be active members of community.
They needed a solution that met the needs of their demographic, was extremely user friendly, and worked seamlessly on any device.
Mobile site design & programming
Faster load times
RCIL.org assists people with all types of disabilities - everything from visual impairment to physical ailments - each with their own challeneges. A large team of stakeholders advised on the project to ensure brand guidelines were adhered to as well as their community.
Through experience and feedback the following were areas of weakness on the old website:
After meeting with the client and performing research, we began design's that addressed noted usability issues. The challenge was adhering to existing brand guildelines and ensuring the website offered a great user experience to those with a variety of disabilities.
The new site is responsive and works well on any device from mobile to desktop.
Given the importance on usability and the need to accommodate the visually impaired and those that may have physical limitations with navigation, we knew our proven design and development process would be the best way to handle the job. After weeks of user interface design and usability assessment, the site was ready to go to programming. Even marketing had a hand on the project as it related to content. The client interacted with all team members during the project to ensure a seamless experience.
User experience and accessibility were two of the biggest concerns for RCIL.org because of their audiences special needs.
How did we address this...
"The design for RCIL was focused on the types of users that were visiting the site and what their specific needs were."
Interactive Designer - Atomic Design
"The entire Atomic Design team was extremely friendly and helpful throughout the entire process. Even with the short timeframe we provided, they got the job done, and done well!"