The World Mosquito Program is a not-for-profit initiative that’s protecting communities around the world from mosquito-borne diseases. Pioneered by Australian researchers at Monash University, they use safe and natural bacteria called Wolbachia to reduce the number of people contracting mosquito-borne diseases.
Digital Garden collaborated with the World Mosquito Program and Monash University stakeholders to deliver a world-class digital solution that promotes the Program and drives its growth and brand recognition around the world.
Throughout the project lifecycle, Digital Garden conducted many activities, including:
- Discovery, UX & UI - Kickoff meeting; Codesign workshop; Prototyping/UX discovery/User interviews; Initial UI design concept; UI design all templates;
- Content Strategy - Content strategy workshop; Content audit; SEO/keyword audit; Content audit recommendations report, classifications & governance model:
- Development - Technical workshop, Migration of some key legacy content audited using; rigorous internal quality assurance testing and user acceptance testing.
The World Mosquito Program and Monash University stakeholders are thrilled with their new digital platform, which showcases the WMP as a world-class organisation.
As part of our design process, Digital Garden conducted User Experience research to understand potential users of the website.
What we wanted to find out was:
- What kinds of content we expect will resonate with users
- What users might want when using the WMP website
- Users’ behaviour as they interact with a WMP digital experience