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Recently, I was brought on to help the Hart House Review team in rebranding and bringing their large offline readership to the internet.
Though I would be completing a complete group-up redesign of their website and brand strategy, my first task was to create a landing page for their Winter Supplement, which was set to launch within a week.
This meant that I had just under 24 hours to design, code, and launch a production site for them to release in time with other promotional material. Despite the urgency, I learned a lot about slimming down the design process to its necessary components in order to deliver a design that the Editorial Board loved - on incredibly short notice!
I wrote up a Micro Case Study about the challenges and rewards of an extremely fast design turnaround, which you can read here: blog.alexgordienko.com/hhr.