GoVolunteer, a German NGO based in Berlin, connects volunteering projects and social initiatives with people who want to help.
GoVolunteer resides in Alte Munze, an old building not far from Alexanderplatz. They have a great space, which they turned into a coworking location, and share it with other NGO's. Since it is going great, they decided to create a website and I was handed the following brief.
Design a simple yet unique landing page that would showcase Machwerk's cool, rough new co-working space as well as what it has to offer.
3 Sections showcasing the space's main offers
A contact page with a contact form and a map
Dual language (English & German)
Has to fit Machwerk's new branding
Pixel-perfect, grid-based, B&W UI, large colorful pictures, large titles, clear structure
Responsive design (no need for tablet view- Google Analytics insight)
Infrastructure for future sub-pages and updates
I designed the website in close collaboration with GoVolunteer's Product Development team, which includes an Art Director (Leif Lobinsky), a Senior Fullstack (Marc Altmann), and another Frontend Developer (Davide Cannerozzi).
Research of other Berlin-based co-working spaces' websites
Wireframes, ideation, and iterations of the designs based on the CEO's and Art Director's feedback
Photoshoot of the space
Hand-off to developers
Launch set to end of August, future iterations planned
First digital wireframe
Moving to hi-fi
Iterated version, exploring styles
The logo was designed by Leif Lobinsky
I created the style guide based on the brief and in collaboration with the Art Director