- Homepage UX Design and Site Structure

As the magazine delivering emerging fashion, beauty and pop culture for teenagers, Teen Vogue has 7.6 million audiences from print and digital. The redesign of teenvogue.com aims at representing the younger generation's voice and emphasizing Teen Vogue's authentic content.

Visual Design: Sylvia Park
UX Design: Yanwen Hu

  • Information Architecture: Site structure, Data Analysis, Content Mapping 
  • User Experience Design: User Flow, Wireframe


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Project Team: 1 Design Lead, 1 UX Designer and 1 Visual Designer

As UX designer in Teen Vogue redesign team, in charge of the UX process of site structure and template redesign

Data Analysis

  • Page views and unique visitors: homepage traffic was lower compared to the whole site, but slightly higher than other brands' homepage. Channel/subchannel traffic was the lowest (around 0.5%)
  • High value audiences: among all the visitors, high value users frequently visited Teen Vogue homepage on both desktop and mobile
  • Mobile traffic: in general, the mobile index page traffic was lower than the desktop's

Content Analysis

  • Overwhelming mosaic layout: posts on the index pages were less organized and visually unsorted
  • Not called out channels: there was no module featuring channels on homepage
  • No curated content: there were no flexibilities for the brand to promote any editor's picks content on the index pages (e.g. Best Dresses, Video, Instagram)

Site Structure

  • Content Taxonomy:
    • Some posts belonged to channels, but they did not appear on any subchannels
    • Some index pages were not covered in the site structure, like Designers (Fashion) and My Room (My Life)
  • Update Frequency:
    • A few Sub-channels had not been updated in months, and still showed last year's posts  

New Structure

Content Logics:
  • Arranged index pages based on update frequency, page views and editorial strategies
  • Took out redundant index pages, and added back the missing index pages
  • Combined similar subchannels


Starting from paper sketch, narrowed down the concepts to two directions:
  •  One focuses on the feed of content, which is more fresh and dynamic
  • Another one packages content based on channels, which has more flexibilities on the editorial curation

Visual Design

  • Closely collaborated with visual designers to transform wireframes to visual design

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