Bundesministerium f. Gesundheit

52 hours to launch

Ever shared your apartment with a colleague? I did! Exceptional circumstances require different collaboration.
UI UX Management Illustration
The Situation

Cya in a few weeks

Probably most have had similar experiences of what it's like to change work environments from one day to the next and make the shift to home office indefinitely. But did you also get a new briefing an hour before? Our little task force did. Staying home. That's exactly what we should make a website for – as an extension of the campaign and to prevent fake news at the same time.

Starting as an MVP, we quickly worked out an information architecture that allowed us to split the website into two sections - Inform and Act.

The Situation

From MVP to a fully functional website

In no time we built a website that met the initial requirements. From briefing to launch only 52 hours passed. From that point on, the website was constantly evolving and no one could say what it would look like in the days to come. To enable users to become active, we provided a tool to find a suitable initiative. As the knowledge about the virus grew, the information section was also continuously expanded. This information was for everyone and should therefore be accessible to everyone.

My role

From factual to pretty

It is truly amazing to see what is possible to achieve – and that despite this short amount of time. As UI Lead, I significantly shaped the project and made conceptual decisions. The close collaboration as UI and UX team and the constant exchange with development made it happen. A great team, a great accomplishment and a good feeling to have contributed something to the prevailing situation!