The homepage had a navigation menu with tiles with links to the main
sections of the site, but these were not repeated on lower-level pages. Additionally, the navigation component
that was across the entire site was hidden behind a “hamburger” menu on all screen sizes.
I borrowed styles from the navigation customers were familiar with when they
logged in to their account. I created mega menu drop downs with clear typography and iconography to help provide
structure to the options available in each of the main sections of the site.
Relatedly, the footer did not match up with the information architecture of
the site and blended in too much with the content on pages.
The footer, while a lot larger than the previous one, houses links to nearly
all pages of the site and provided a better contrast to the content of the site allowing for easier scanning.