BFA

British Farming Awards

The British Farming Awards (BFAs), brings together the UK farming community. More than 700 farmers and industry professionals attended the event, which celebrated the innovation and achievements of British farmers across the agricultural industry.

My role

Design research

Usability auditing

User testing

 

Prototyping

UI/UX design

Site build

Year – 2020

The British Farming Awards project was a complete new re-brand. This involved new logo, brand guidelines/identity and a new design for the website. This was decided due to the existing brand becoming out dated so the challenge was to create a product the brand would be proud to showcase to the wider agricultural community. We started the project by creating usability tests whilst also running mouse tracking software in the background.  

From this research an affinity test was performed, enabling the team to understand the areas of the current site which required the most attention. This also saw the beginning of the prototype stage with the low fidelity wire-frames being made using Adobe XD. The user testing process was then repeated to ensure all user requirements were met before I started to design the high fidelity wire-frames.

Once these designs had been signed off by the project stake holder, the website build could take place. This website is still a work in progress and will be available soon. 

British Farming Awards

The British Farming Awards (BFAs), brings together the UK farming community. More than 700 farmers and industry professionals attended the event, which celebrated the innovation and achievements of British farmers across the agricultural industry.

My role

Design research

Usability auditing

User testing

 

Prototyping

UI/UX design

Site build

Year – 2020

The British Farming Awards project was a complete new re-brand. This involved new logo, brand guidelines/identity and a new design for the website. This was decided due to the existing brand becoming out dated so the challenge was to create a product the brand would be proud to showcase to the wider agricultural community. We started the project by creating usability tests whilst also running mouse tracking software in the background.  

From this research an affinity test was performed, enabling the team to understand the areas of the current site which required the most attention. This also saw the beginning of the prototype stage with the low fidelity wire-frames being made using Adobe XD. The user testing process was then repeated to ensure all user requirements were met before I started to design the high fidelity wire-frames.

Once these designs had been signed off by the project stake holder, the website build could take place. This website is still a work in progress and will be available soon. 

British Farming Awards

The British Farming Awards (BFAs), brings together the UK farming community. More than 700 farmers and industry professionals attended the event, which celebrated the innovation and achievements of British farmers across the agricultural industry.

My role

Design research

Usability auditing

User testing

 

Prototyping

UI/UX design

Site build

Year – 2020

The British Farming Awards project was a complete new re-brand. This involved new logo, brand guidelines/identity and a new design for the website. This was decided due to the existing brand becoming out dated so the challenge was to create a product the brand would be proud to showcase to the wider agricultural community. We started the project by creating usability tests whilst also running mouse tracking software in the background.  

From this research an affinity test was performed, enabling the team to understand the areas of the current site which required the most attention. This also saw the beginning of the prototype stage with the low fidelity wire-frames being made using Adobe XD. The user testing process was then repeated to ensure all user requirements were met before I started to design the high fidelity wire-frames.

Once these designs had been signed off by the project stake holder, the website build could take place. This website is still a work in progress and will be available soon.