Overview & Context
Mamble Labs, in partnership with Hetq Media Factory, has developed a landing page for the Hetq Media Factory investigative article about ecological issues of Lake Sevan. Featuring an interactive map with the visualization of stories, the pollution level of the area, and the impact of polluted rivers that fall into the lake, the landing page presents complete information about the initiative.
The successful outcome of any project depends on the aligned and close communication of team members. For Hetq Media Factory, our team of designers and engineers, conducted by mentors, worked together to bring out the project objectives and visualize them on a landing page.
Research and UI
The main challenge of the project was to create a design that would fully convey the mission of the project and include the information on a single page. The designers’ team built a UI to collect the data around Lake Sevan and tell stories while you “travel” across the coastline.
For the development of the landing page, the students implemented a set of new tools to fulfill the requirements and UI solutions. The interactive map was built with a mapping tool and Intersection Observer, delivering maximum interaction and user engagement. Close commutation with the client and designers helped software engineers develop and deploy fully functioning products despite the shortage of time.
The parallel work of designers and developers helped to create, test and deploy the project within the deadline. Quality Assurance cleared all the bugs and issues to have a fully functional landing page.
As the first experience for the team of engineers and designers, the Hetq Media Factory project challenged not only the professional skills of the students but their ability of teamwork, communication with the partner, and implementation of a project in a short period.
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