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The overall aim of the project was to analyse, design and implement the new website of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), one of the key European Institutions which sits between the European Parliament, the Commission and the Social Partners. Part of the project was to migrate the vast content from the old website to the new one.
The Eworx team undertook:
During the website design process, several prototypes have been evaluated to assess both the proposed Information Architecture and the usability and navigability of the designs. Low-fidelity and high-fidelity prototypes, in addition to wireframes, have been produced and tested within closed user groups, using the appropriate tools.
A lot of attention was placed in content re-structuring. The proposed Information Architecture's primary aim was to effectively promote and render more accessible the vast quantity of content of the website. This was achieved by heavy inter-linking and tagging so that users can retrieve all types of content that share a common theme or attribute. Additionally, new navigation paths were analysed and determined until the new structure of the EESC website was finalized.
While building the website, the Eworx team deployed a number of Methodologies, including:
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