Google COVID-19 Site
COVID-19 Information & Resources
At the beginning of March, as much of the United States began sheltering in place to flatten the infection curve of COVID-19, my team at Brand Studio sprinted to design, develop, and launch a microsite with coronavirus-related information and resources. The site design and structure I produced, after evolving through several rounds of revisions made by me and one other designer, ultimately went into production—resulting in google.com/covid19.
As a member of the data strategy team, I also worked with the Google Trends and Google News Lab teams to identify the common searches related to coronavirus featured on the site.
The site is comprised of an information & insights page and a resources page. Much of the content on the information & insights page is surfaced when users search for "covid-19" on Google. The content of the resources page is aggregated from across the web and unique to the page, which is itself linked from search results related to coronavirus.
This site was designed by me (visual & interaction design) and my team at Brand Studio in just under one week. While we sprinted to get this site live, we continue to evolve it to serve people looking for credible coronavirus related information, insights, and resources on the web. Visit the live site at google.com/covid19.