Content and Information architecture is designed to be presented in a simple, natural logical order to guide the audience to quickly understand and complete the without any fuss or difficulty in understanding the information. Content is clearly displayed in design with good use of white space and clear call-to-action to minimize distractions.
With that, we hope to give the user experience of it being an easy to understand and welcoming vibe to the website in order to entice users to stay to the cause and to want to know more.
The website is planned to have 5 main pages: The Home page, Resource Page, Signatories Page, Contact Us Page and A Form Page to pledge to the cause.
The Home page consists of five segments – the Call-to-Action, What, Why, How and Who to Having the Hero Banner with a strong call-to-action focus, explanation on What is Digital Participation Pledge, the Why to the importance of being a digitally ready nation, How one can participate and Who already did.
The Resource Page allows the public users to find related Grants, Training, Guidelines, Infographic and Educational Materials based on the respective sectors they are in.
The Signatories Page displays the pledges made by public sectors and organisations from private and people sectors, as proof and to highlight the organisation's effort to be digitally ready.
The Contact Us page displays the contact information of the Digital Participation Pledge for the audience to email enquires and feedback to know more about the cause.
And last but not least, the Digital Participation Pledge’s Pledge Now Form page to facilitate organisations and companies to participate in the Digital Readiness movement by submitting a pledge to make an oath to themselves to following the basic principles of the digital participation pledge and declare as a digitally ready and forward organisation to tap into opportunities to use technology to achieve a better quality of life.