With the aim to reach a broader, more diverse audience, we worked with Google to re-launch a more accessible and inclusive Science Fair.
Role: Creative Director
Google Science Fair, a global science contest for students aged 13-18, provides a product experience that ignites student passion for science, grows their confidence, and adds subtle guidance to help participants envision a better world. By helping to re-launch a more accessible, inclusive and intuitive Science Fair, we reached a significantly broader audience and increased participation by 100%.
We extended Google Science Fair's brand guidelines—including iconography, illustration, and a system of brand and UI elements—to create a framework that guided us through the creation of the marketing website, educational resources, and a revamped student submission tool.
From brand to experience, we needed to consider the unique needs and perceptions of a global market. To create seamless content for all users, our brand, product designs, educational materials, and documentation had to account for 15 languages and meet WCAG AA requirements.
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