Serving Vancouver, Canada The Cure Rehabilitation Foundation is a fictional organization that provides an integrated system of care that sustains recovery from the disease of addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders and returns at-risk individuals to their families and communities as healthy, self-sufficient, productive individuals.
For the longest time possible I really wanted to design an experience that serves a sense of purpose towards society. This project is really close to my heart as it is dedicated to one of my friends who is currently going through her rehab. She was a major factor in making some of the better decisions while designing this experience.
I think the generation I am growing up in really has become an home for drug overuse and mental illness. We need more than this foundation to fight this addiction so we could rejuvenate again to be better and more responsible individuals.
Rally benefited users/families or companies to donate towards the cause.
Cure Rehabilitation Foundation has been designed as a concept so my role was to design an identity of the organization and also design a web and mobile experience for its website.I guess the challenge I was dealing with was to design an experience that looks and feel seamless on both web and mobile layout. The plan wasn't just to design a responsive experience but also form a sense of fluid interaction throughout the website.
One of the major features I really wanted to touch upon was creating a quick navigational access to features like 'Live chat', 'Volunteer' and a few more. I really wanted the user feel right at home while browsing through the website.
I wanted to touch upon this navigational sense of purpose while crafting the information architecture and content for the website.
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