2030 is now.
Design, development, UI/UX.
As part of the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals, the European Commission and Belgian Development Cooperation put up an interactive wall on different events, where it was possible to find out more about the Sustainable Development Goals, but also how to make your contribution for meeting them. They came to us with the question if we could rebuild it… as a website.
How to turn an actual physical interactive wall into a website.
The task wasn’t easy, since the wall was tailored designed to the information and illustrations used for sharing and elaborating on the Sustainable Development Goals. And much in contrast to the actual wall, the website isn’t one fixed format, but had to be fitted into a perfectly responsive to the different screens it would be viewed on.
Through some creative thinking and coding, we managed to keep the essence off the wall, in design and concept, and translate it into a website filled to the brim with visual elements. Scrolling through the texts, illustrations, pictures, videos and podcasts, the user is guided through all the different chapters and thus introduced to the different SDGs.