The Black Sheep

Logo & Web Design

A Baa-rand New Site Design

As part of the Front End Web Development certificate program through San Diego Community College District, I worked with a group of two others to redesign a website. We selected to redesign, a yarn business in San Diego for over 40 years.

While site is updated regularly, the design and code is dated – including using tables in order to achieve the desired layout. I focused the re-design on improving the user experience by using a modern 12 column grid layout, selecting friendlier colors while maintaining WCAG contrast standards, and creating an online shop feature mock up.

Before After Black Sheep Original LogoBlack Sheep Redesigned Logo
Collage of images, textures, and green blue colors that inspired black sheep redesign feel
  • Digital Design: Lead efforts pertaining to overall design elements including but not limited to creating moodboard, redesigning logo, creating high fidelity comp, establishing style guide
  • Copywriting: Write copy for all pages
  • Project Management: Act as project manager to ensure efficient group communication and establish short term goals/deadlines
  • Coding: Debug HTML and CSS during site creation
  • Provide written analysis of research findings (card sort, competitive analysis, etc.)¬†
  • Create low and mid fidelity wireframes
  • Author base code for website as lead developers
  • Identify a website that needs a thorough redesign including look and feel, content, information architecture, etc.
  • Perform a content audit and generate a needs analysis. Identify audience profile, subject matter, voice and tone, desired outcomes¬†
  • Perform competitor analysis and card sort; using this information, generate a site map and wire frame the redesign
  • Create a moodboard to capture overall design feel
  • Create a high fidelity comp
  • Build a responsive, mobile-first website using HTML and CSS
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Visual Studio Code (HTML/CSS)
original UX design for black sheep landing page
2019 Screen Capture
black sheep landing page redesign
UX Redesign