National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center

Creating a new responsive website for NIA-funded research website

National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center


  • Interview research scientists who used the site
  • Consult with UW’s UX Design services
  • Complete audit of site map and design
  • Reviewed Google Analytics


  • Users were forced to self-identify before they could find their information
  • 100+ pages and lots of duplicate content
  • Many pages didn’t have links
  • We would be ineligible for grant renewal
  • Didn’t comply with accessibility standards

The Solution

Design and build a responsive website in six months that improves user-flow, a modern code base and increases the visibility of pages and features that are most useful to researchers.

Designed one-page website, including their logo, for NACC-partner in a couple of weeks

Developed using React-based static site generator, GatsbyJs