But how would that work?
After an initial launch at the end of 2016, Liquorice took over the ongoing design and development of the site and have been collaborating on the site ever since. We needed to be sure the ADF's digital prescence supported the kind of responsiveness and flexibility they needed (and continue to need) as an organisation.
Our challenge was this: how to create a website that looks clean and crisp and unified but houses a number of different programs, initiatives and tools? How can we make it usable and friendly but still support a huge library of detailed (and constantly evolving) content? Finally, how can we help strike a balance between the objective, authoritative position of the ADF and still be approachable, friendly advocates?
In order to maintain flexibility and allow for future growth, Liquorice and the ADF began employing agile methodologies, structuring a working relationship that would foster the kind of responsiveness that the website required.
We shared project management responsibilities and worked together to develop the overall UX strategy. We decided it would be the responsibility of both parties to actively suggest upgrades, new features, brief modifications etc.