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"The 'Badplatsen' is a captivating section of HaV's website where users can discover specific beach locations along with dynamic details such as water quality, temperature, algae blooms, classification, and other pertinent information across Sweden's shores. Municipalities contribute to data collection through sampling, forming the foundation for the presented information. My mission was to breathe new life into Badplatsen's design, crafting an engaging user experience. Additionally, I revitalized the administrative interface for municipalities, ensuring a seamless and aesthetically pleasing platform for data management. This project not only enhances the visual appeal but also optimizes functionality for both users and administrators alike."


Havs- och vattenmyndigheten  |  2021



The primary challenge with the administrative interface is the lack of cohesive information structuring. It's easy to get lost, particularly when delving into deeper layers. While the page fulfills its basic functions, it lacks the vibrancy and HaV essence—failing to align with HaV's distinctive visual identity.


The paramount goal for the administrative side is to not only streamline information but infuse it with HaV's distinctive charm, ensuring a user experience that resonates seamlessly with HaV's graphic profile. An exciting redesign is underway, prioritizing both aesthetic appeal and adherence to accessibility standards, particularly with the principles of WCAG in mind.

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In the quest for innovative solutions, I immersed myself in a comprehensive research phase, extracting insights through insightful interviews and collaborative workshops. The challenge materialized into a carefully defined problem statement, posing the pivotal question, 'How can we...'


This led to a vibrant phase of design exploration, prototyping, and validation. Maintaining a close dialogue with developers, I sculpted design proposals that underwent multiple iterations and rigorous testing, ensuring a refined and effective outcome.


Design process.


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The redesigned interface exudes a sleek and modern aesthetic, featuring simplified categorizations and a logically intuitive navigation system. Infused seamlessly with HaV's distinctive visual identity, the design prioritizes accessibility.


Textual information is thoughtfully organized for effortless readability, embracing a spacious layout that prioritizes user comfort over compressed and challenging content consumption.

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The public-facing side is designed to empower visitors to discover beaches across Sweden and access information about their water quality, helping them determine if it's suitable for swimming.


However, the challenge with the public interface lies in the abundance of information and numerous entry points to different sections. Additionally, locating a nearby beach or information about water quality is not as straightforward as desired.

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The public website of Badplatser.

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The revamped public-facing interface introduces a streamlined search function, empowering users with the ability to filter, sort, and choose between a List or Map view. Exciting new features include 'Beaches Near You' and 'Previously Visited Beaches.' has also been added.


Each beach is presented as a concise 'card' offering key details like proximity, water temperature, and current weather. To enhance user experience, I strategically removed certain entry points to subpages, minimizing the information overload at the top of the homepage.

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