AeroState is an international company that has developed the technology of hyperlocal air quality forecasting and analytics. We provide the forecasts and maps of air quality through a simple web API to the developers all over the world.
Currently we are re-inventing our website https://www.aerostate.org. It used to be a B2B landing page with the use cases of our data and the description of our technology. Our new website will be focused more on the end user while the existing content will move to the separate pages.
The new version of the website should demonstrate all the information about the air quality for the current user location (or the address the user entered). Air quality consists of different parameters: concentrations of chemicals in the air like CO, CO2, NO etc. All these concentrations are combined into different indices, like US Air Quality Index. All the values of the index have specific text recommendations for different health groups. The main page of the website should look as a handy tool to understand what kind of air quality is there in the point of interest, what is the air quality forecast and how it is distributed around the map. An example of how our data can be displayed can be found at https://local.aerostate.org and in the attached screenshot.
AeroState is looking for an experienced graphics designer to transform our website to a personalized web-based air quality monitor. What will be required for the project:
- Analyze the current design, it's advantages and drawbacks.
- Understand the product and the value proposition of AeroState as well as the customers interest (of course, in cooperation with the team members).
- Come up with the design layouts and iteratively adjust them according to our comments.
- Suggest ideas on how to incorporate the current website content (API registration buttons, case studies, technology descriptions etc) into the new version.
- The final solution will be the Adobe Illustrator file which will be describing the new AeroState website design.