Tourism Ireland

Lead designer on a major digital and brand re-design for Tourism Ireland (Ireland.com 2020).

Created Design Directions (UI principles and Art directions) as well as sketching wireframes(UX) and designing prototypes (UI).

Also involved in the high-level strategy, client presentations & workshops.

01. Research

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Competitive analysis

Spent one month collecting best examples into Confluence with screenshots and collective comments. 

Experiments

Exploring ways to create automated ways to personalise colour per pages. 

By picking the dominant colours of an image with online tools, I created gradient overlays making the type legible. 

 

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Prototypes

For each hypothesis, I created a prototype that the UX team would test with Validately. 

This one if for "formalise" transforming an idea into a concept. 

Pitch

The pitch video that helped us demonstrate our vision for the product. 

Created all the screen designs and mock-ups based on an agreed storyboard.

Outcomes

At the end of the research phase, I created a Design Direction document to frame the next phase of delivery. 

It includes Brand and UI principles supporting the overall strategy. 

Design direction presentation

Quirk

The use of white spaces with non-aligned components will aim to carry the irish quirk and folklore.

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Warm

Generous use of colours and playful use of interactions will make the experience warm and welcoming.

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Striking

The full screen layout and high contrast in shapes and typography will play with the sense of scale.

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02. Concept

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Overarching principle

After 4 months of research, I combined all the design directions (Quirk, Warm, Striking) into one single overarching principle: Contrast.

Design development presentation 


How we show this visually

Contrast of size

Contrast of colour

How we show
this with content

As a user, the more you go down the funnel, the more you need your content to be contextualised with map, budget, travel options...

Therefore the split evolve with the needs by growing as the user go down the funnel: Inspire, formalise and plan.

3. Designs

Prototypes

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Page designs

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Let’s work together

You can email me at bonjour@paulpajot.com ogive me a call on +44 (0) 757 726 3859 and don't worry I am french but I only eat frogs.

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