The Greenfoot Gallery is a forum to publish, use and discuss computer programs (games, animations, or anything else). The programs are created using the Greenfoot environment, mostly (but not exclusively) by pupils, students, and other young programmers. My role on the project was to create an attractive visual "shell" to the site, develop its information architecture and recommend front-end technology, and to plan user flows & interactivity.
List of scenarios: Greenfoot Gallery - On the list of scenarios, users can browse by tags, date, ratings and views. To give more sense of activity to the site, users can also see a list of the latest activity on the site, and get news & updates from the Greenfoot community.
Detail of a scenario: Greenfoot Gallery - When users browse to the detail page for each scenario, they can immediately see the most relevant statistics of the file (name, author, # views, rating) and the scenario itself in full size without scrolling. Easy ways of voting for the scenario, viewing and adding comments, and seeing the author's description are in easy reach under the Java viewport.