Examples of the Hot Dish conceptual design process

If you’re interested in learning more about the Hot Dish design process, please take a look. I’ve attached some examples of the process we went through with the Hot Dish design. The first is the rough conceptual workflow of commands and routes through the site map that we wanted to create. The second was an initial design workflow – roughly laid out as wireframes. Then, the first graphical comp was created to drive feedback on the look and feel.

For the UW project, we’ll only work on the graphical banners, colors and fonts of the application – because of our limited budget and timeframe.

All the attachments were created by our design group GeoffCo (now EyeLevel.com) – who some of you will be talking to on Tuesday.

Note: WordPress isn’t displaying the image gallery for me in Safari. I hope you can see all three attachments in your browser.


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