Chattahoochee RiverLands

A new way for the Metro Atlanta region’s visitors to meet, travel, and explore parks & trails.

Information Architecture
UX/UI Design
Web Design

Project Overview

The Chattahoochee RiverLands is Metro Atlanta’s ultimate outdoor experience. The website includes a large interactive map for users to explore & learn more about a large selection of parks, hiking trails & points of interest along the river, opening doors to the outdoors for the general public!


Trust for Public Land, Bad Math, Cavallo

IA & User Experience

Wireframe samples for desktop & mobile

Design 1.0

The first iteration of the RiverLands website was designed in 2019 with a focus on spreading the word about the Chattahoochee Working Group’s plan & initiative to gain traction and support from donor contributions.

Design 2.0

The success of the first iteration of the website & the funding the working group received has given them the ability to turn their project vision into a reality in 2022. The redesign of the website shifted focus to cater to the general public as the main audience and aligns with the rebrand of the project owner, Trust for Public Land.

Map points are grouped into filterable color-coded categories to help navigate users through their journey. All map points are laid out in a grid view beneath the map as well.

Click on a map point for an at-a-glance overview.

View the full map point details, which include amenities & attractions, hours of operation, trail length & difficulty levels, photo galleries, history and more.

Designed for use on-the-go while users are out on the trails.

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