Carnegie Mellon University provides operating hours for its many campus dining locations, but this information is ill-optimized for mobile devices.
I redesigned CMUEats, whose design had not undergone any changes for over two years. I wanted to increase the density of the website's information, so that users may more quickly identify eateries and their hours. Most of all, a redesign would encourage more users to regularly use CMUEats, and hopefully find their dining experience at Carnegie Mellon better.
I worked with React for the first time for CMUEats, and tinkering with the existing code was a pleasant learning experience.
CMUEats began as a HackCMU submission in September 2013, originally created by Oscar Bezi, Kirn Hans and Justin Gallagher. Today, I work with CMUEat's current steward Emily Newman with updating the website and introducing new features.
I would like to add additional dining information to each eatery block, such as the ability to view the eatery's location, menu, or brief description.
A flashing yellow symbol to indicate eateries about to close within an hour is in the works.
Branding, web design, React
Carnegie Mellon University