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Website redesign
In this project I looked into the Library of Congress's website. My goal was to not only prototype a responsive website for the library, but to think of the limitations that were implemented, and necessary, in the original design. The basic navigation of the site was surprisingly coherent but among its negative aspects there was a lack of visual hierarchy. The website in general was functional yet not very intuitive when indicating where was the content coming from, and at times it was quite overwhelming.

Credits
David Ramos | Instructor
Peter Verastegui | Student

Education
In this section you'll find articles, lesson plans, and classroom material like videos and images. So a new "search" and "advance search bar is needed, also a better list that display the result of a search.

Connect
In this section one can find bulletin services, social media links, blogs, podcast, and shareable content. All from the vast library's repertory, so this means that after few clicks sometimes is difficult to tell where is the content  found has came from.

Visit
in this section people can find about events like lectures, exhibits, concerts , tours, directions, maps, and general information such as phone numbers for each department and hours of operation. This section needs the most help.

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