Dragons Launch Improved Website

Dragons Launch Improved Website

November 6, 2017 Art Community Education 0
MN State University Moorhead students redesign TFP website

 

Minnesota State University Moorhead Graphic Communication students are preparing to launch a website redesign for The Fargo Project and World Garden Commons. Roxy Poole, Brady Schwab and Nathan Long are spending the semester exploring and growing their skills in graphic and technical applications.  Their work is one of many projects lead by Alex Fogarty, Graphic Communications Assistant Professor at MSUM. The new site incorporates The Fargo Project’s logo, features news and updates, displays a color scheme inspired by nature, shows newly designed call to action icons, and integrates video into a responsive website.

“We get to help the community understand what’s going on there, and harness the latest technologies doing so,” says Alex Fogarty, “it’s an honor to be a part of this process for such a good community and ecological mission.”

The new website will:

  • Feature a clean layout with focus
  • Incorporate the logo
  • Feature news and update prominently
  • Update color scheme as inspired by nature
  • Design new call to action icons
  • Integrates video and responsive website design

The students only have a semester to explore the context, pitch their work, review, make reasonable edits and roll-out the new site. The student’s design improves on the existing site content and features important to sharing the narratives of World Garden Commons and The Fargo Project. The design concept showcases the depth and breadth of World Garden Commons ecology, and community in the context of it’s urban, stormwater home.

 

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