The Social Stability Model


About 150 nations signed on to something called the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. There are 17 goals and 169 targets which can help improve the world. Given the number of goals and targets, it is quickly becoming a challenge to commnicate and prioritize them all, therefore, the Social Stability Model is an attempt to put them in priority i.e. from most important to least important. The main motive is to survey experts around the world, who will help inform the prioritization.

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Problem Summary

The social stability - captured in measure of human rights, public service and rule of law and the likes is a powerful predictor of a nations quality of life, this holds true in all countries regardless of geographic region, political tradition or level of development.
A new analysis reveals that social stability has an extremely strong correlation between economic competitiveness and ease of doing business, both of which bode well for domestic and international investment. For that if we want money to be spent most effectively and efficiently, we need a prioritization strategy.
The client wanted an effective digital platform to convey this information.

The Goal

The goal of the project was to design a digital platform which would effectively inform its audience of the motivations and process of social stability model and the resulting prioritization for each country.

My role


We interviewed 2 key stakeholders in order to get an in depth insight about the project and its users.

Target Audiences

The Primary audience of the website would be Policy makers, government officials, investors-advisors.
The Secondary audience would be College students, PhD students, people who work in the field and are interested in the idea of taking the survey.

Empathy Maps

we created empathy maps to understand how our audiences think and feel about the social stability model. This would help us cater to their need more efficiently.


We decided that each team member would come up with their own sketches and then we would pick the best sections from each.


The sitemap helped us provide a navigation structure to the website. The sitemap also enabled us to design a simple and easy work flow for our users.


Wireframes were created based on combining the best sections from everyones sketches. These would help give the client an idea of how the site would look.


We made a low fidelity interactive prototype to help the client visualise the final product. This prototype would replicate the basic interactions and navigation structure. The prototype was created using Axure RP 8 and was also tested for navigation and interactions.
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The Final Product

The final product was created using wordpress. Changes were made to the prototype based on the clients feedback and requirements. The style guide was also implemented to give the website its look and feel.

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