For this engagement, I had to find a creative way to redesign their current logo in a way that it tells more about the company than it previously did. Also, there had to be a way to craft a story framework that tells the benefits of the products to both end-users.
The design work needed to keep important assets from the previous design, as those assets, such as colors, fonts, were recognized by previous clients and investors. My work was to strengthen and create new assets will empower what they previously had.
I began my research and created a set of mood boards that were used to brainstorm ideas. From here I was able to generate 3 different logo design directions, from where the team chose one to focus on.
Once the logo direction was clear, I began to work on the wireframes of the website and using the Story Brand Framework to craft the content for the website. I used Adobe XD to design the low fidelity wireframes, where we looked at the content's flow.
Once the story was completed, I worked towards designing the full website. This SaaS website had a total of 7 pages, where different types of users were targeted. This meant that the products-benefits were crafted separately to fit the user's need.
Once the website design was completed, and login and registration pages UI was approved, I moved into Webflow to build the entire website. The built on Webflow took about 5 days, and then the code was exported and handed over to the Chief Technical Officer, who integrated it into their private servers.
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