How do you provide the National Park Service and Air Resource Specialists’ most up-to-date air quality information to park visitors so that they can have the best experience possible?
A great deal of planning went into crafting a solution that made available data digestible for the general public. We went through a rigorous process of iterating the site’s iconography, layout, and user flow to craft a smooth user experience.
The user experience was further refined with the addition of interactive maps, dynamic photos and graphically interesting data displays. These elements were made visually consistent with the existing headers, footers and navigation menus. We also made the sites responsive in the process.
In addition, CodeGeek provided commented code and documentation so that agency developers could install, replicate and tweak the programming further to meet their needs without having to go back to the source.
The National Park Service Webcams site showcases hourly photos of air quality conditions and haze indices at national parks across the country. Visitors can view current air quality, visibility and weather conditions as well as current webcam images from various national parks.
This project was delivered on time and on budget while working with multiple stakeholders and restrictive design requirements. And best of all, the client stakeholders were so thrilled with the results that we’ve worked with them on additional projects since then.
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