Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center website redesign

A few of the problems: 

— The content, design, and user flow of the website was confusing for customers. It was unclear from the homepage what Renaissance's primary offering is: business classes.
— It was challenging for customers to find and select business classes appropriate to their skill level and needs.
— Many of the photographs and icons were poor quality, did not support the written content, or the files were too large, making the site load slowly; the slide carousels made a made poor user experience.

A few of the solutions: 

— Improved user flow and content architecture; added more graphic and actionable elements; added prominent 'See Classes' and 'See Services' buttons to home page.
— Created an event feed from a calendar that can be displayed on any page; made a page that categorizes classes in event feed groups to help people find and enroll in classes that meet their needs.
— Replaced and batch-resized photographs and icons; removed slide carousel.

Old home page:

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New home page:

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