I redesigned a website for the Puget Sound Master Builder's Association. I was able to design templates for a site with thousands of pages using shared styles in Sketch, making it easy to apply master styles across hundreds of pages and then export them to development teams using an app called Zeplin which translates sketch files into baseline CSS that can be used and easily updated. 

Due to the content-rich nature of this website, I created a comprehensive sitemap to audit the key pages, re-organize the content based on use needs, and apply templates to each of the key pages. 

I organized the hundreds of pages into seven key templates that would be built and reused across the site to simplify the redesign process and create consistancy across the site.