Category: Websites

Huntington’s Victoria

Design an approachable and interactive website that can be a safe place for a community dealing with Huntington’s disease whilst providing information and generating awareness and donations.

To acknowledge the neurological nature of Huntington’s Disease, I used brain cells as a motif throughout the website and embedded subtle outlines of brain cells in all the banner images. The banner images themselves centre around family and community and are full width for a big impact.

I created multiple interactive features to enhance the user experience. The quick links light up and are traced by a neurone in their hover state. Meanwhile, the information page has a fully interactive brain that guides the viewer’s exploration of Huntington’s Disease without being confronted with too much information at once.


Design a website that many different stakeholders can easily navigate to find the information they need, as well as portraying the client’s mission of helping volunteers to revegetate the land.

I set the tone with a banner image of a freshly planted seedling representing the opportunity for rebirth offered by Tree Project. I built on this by using bright greens while the animated spade alludes to digging into the ground as you unearth the information below.

To help visitors find the information they need I de-cluttered the homepage to place more focus on the quick links that direct visitors to the right place, whilst generous white space is used throughout the rest of the site to ensure information is easy to read.