When I arrived at the Garden in early 2016, the website was outdated and had major UI and UX problems. Navigation menus would change with each page, making information difficult to access. The branding was obsolete and uninspiring. I proposed to create a new site. I conceptualized and executed the entirety of the new site, handling both the UI and UX from the ground up. This website features back-end databases and content management systems that allow staff at the Garden to change content as one would on a blog or social media feed. To fix the navigation issues the old site presented, I created a drop-down menu that would follow the user throughout the site. This menu's links are always constant and never change, making information far more accessible and the site more user-friendly. The design is dynamic, modifying to fit each device that one would view it through, and showcases the new style guide that I produced for the Garden.