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Honoring and Empowering
Our
Wounded Warriors

Honoring and Empowering
Our
Wounded Warriors

Honoring and Empowering
Our
Wounded Warriors

Honoring and Empowering
Our
Wounded Warriors

Honoring &
Empowering
Our Wounded Warriors

Project Information

Project Information

PROJECT: Website Design
DISCIPLINES: UX & UI Design
CLIENT: Wounded Warrior Project
YEAR: 2017 - 2018
AGENCY: Levatas

PROJECT: Website Design
DISCIPLINES: UX & UI Design
CLIENT: Wounded Warrior Project
YEAR: 2017 - 2018
AGENCY: Levatas

PROJECT: Website Design
DISCIPLINES: UX & UI Design
CLIENT: Wounded Warrior Project
YEAR: 2017 - 2018
AGENCY: Levatas

PROJECT: Website Design
DISCIPLINES: UX & UI Design
CLIENT: Wounded Warrior Project
YEAR: 2017 - 2018
AGENCY: Levatas

PROJECT: Website Design
DISCIPLINES: UX & UI Design
CLIENT: Wounded Warrior Project
YEAR: 2017 - 2018
AGENCY: Levatas

Our veterans are proud individuals who have given the prime years of their lives, and in many cases much more, for our country. They have endured physical and mental tests that go along with serving in our armed forces. For them to visit the Wounded Warrior Project website is in essence an act of great strength, in that they have set aside their pride to genuinely seek help. To respect their decision, the new Wounded Warrior Project's website was designed on the foundation of three primary ideas:

Optimism: We want them to feel optimistic that they have found an organization with the ability, reach and resources to assist them. We want them to look forward to connecting with other veterans who can relate to their experiences. Most of all, we want them to know that there is an organization with a proven track-record of fighting on their behalf to get the assistance that they deserve.

Lightness: The new site design will have a sense of spaciousness that will allow the users room to relax, breathe and take in the narrative. Information will be easy to digest and the images hopeful. The overall look and feel will reflect a bright and calm atmosphere that will encourage users to explore.

Intuitiveness: One of the paramount goals for the new website will be to expedite users through a journey that helps them find the information most relevant to them as quickly as possible. Whether the user is a warrior or a donor, filtering them through the vast and rich amount of information that WWP has to offer is the primary objective.

Our veterans are proud individuals who have given the prime years of their lives, and in many cases much more, for our country. They have endured physical and mental tests that go along with serving in our armed forces. For them to visit the Wounded Warrior Project website is in essence an act of great strength, in that they have set aside their pride to genuinely seek help. To respect their decision, the new Wounded Warrior Project's website was designed on the foundation of three primary ideas:

Optimism: We want them to feel optimistic that they have found an organization with the ability, reach and resources to assist them. We want them to look forward to connecting with other veterans who can relate to their experiences. Most of all, we want them to know that there is an organization with a proven track-record of fighting on their behalf to get the assistance that they deserve.

Lightness: The new site design will have a sense of spaciousness that will allow the users room to relax, breathe and take in the narrative. Information will be easy to digest and the images hopeful. The overall look and feel will reflect a bright and calm atmosphere that will encourage users to explore.

Intuitiveness: One of the paramount goals for the new website will be to expedite users through a journey that helps them find the information most relevant to them as quickly as possible. Whether the user is a warrior or a donor, filtering them through the vast and rich amount of information that WWP has to offer is the primary objective.

Our veterans are proud individuals who have given the prime years of their lives, and in many cases much more, for our country. They have endured physical and mental tests that go along with serving in our armed forces. For them to visit the Wounded Warrior Project website is in essence an act of great strength, in that they have set aside their pride to genuinely seek help. To respect their decision, the new Wounded Warrior Project's website was designed on the foundation of three primary ideas:

Optimism: We want them to feel optimistic that they have found an organization with the ability, reach and resources to assist them. We want them to look forward to connecting with other veterans who can relate to their experiences. Most of all, we want them to know that there is an organization with a proven track-record of fighting on their behalf to get the assistance that they deserve.

Lightness: The new site design will have a sense of spaciousness that will allow the users room to relax, breathe and take in the narrative. Information will be easy to digest and the images hopeful. The overall look and feel will reflect a bright and calm atmosphere that will encourage users to explore.

Intuitiveness: One of the paramount goals for the new website will be to expedite users through a journey that helps them find the information most relevant to them as quickly as possible. Whether the user is a warrior or a donor, filtering them through the vast and rich amount of information that WWP has to offer is the primary objective.

Our veterans are proud individuals who have given the prime years of their lives, and in many cases much more, for our country. They have endured physical and mental tests that go along with serving in our armed forces. For them to visit the Wounded Warrior Project website is in essence an act of great strength, in that they have set aside their pride to genuinely seek help. To respect their decision, the new Wounded Warrior Project's website was designed on the foundation of three primary ideas:

Optimism: We want them to feel optimistic that they have found an organization with the ability, reach and resources to assist them. We want them to look forward to connecting with other veterans who can relate to their experiences. Most of all, we want them to know that there is an organization with a proven track-record of fighting on their behalf to get the assistance that they deserve.

Lightness: The new site design will have a sense of spaciousness that will allow the users room to relax, breathe and take in the narrative. Information will be easy to digest and the images hopeful. The overall look and feel will reflect a bright and calm atmosphere that will encourage users to explore.

Intuitiveness: One of the paramount goals for the new website will be to expedite users through a journey that helps them find the information most relevant to them as quickly as possible. Whether the user is a warrior or a donor, filtering them through the vast and rich amount of information that WWP has to offer is the primary objective.

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