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Chapter 19: Implement the Design Off-site link
To take visual design and turn it into a fully functional (and responsive) web design is a mix of programming, math, and human interaction.
There’s a lot more to building a mobile-friendly and responsive site than just saying the words “mobile-first” and willing it into being. What does it mean? How is it done? In this article, we take a look at the process behind designing for mobile.
Relationships matter, especially in the world of federal credit unions. Thankfully, partnerships are what we specialize in at Blend — and it was a partnership with SELCO that led to a fresh, beautiful new site.
Tables, while seemingly simple, can be difficult to implement — especially when it comes to mobile widths. For SELCO, Blend helped develop a table option that worked at both full-width and on mobile.
It’s always easiest to experiment on yourself, which is why we made a push to include an automatic dark mode on the new Blend Interactive site.
The design process is often shrouded in mystery. But while legends prop up the mystical “creative” and its magical design abilities, web design thrives on a much more grounded approach.
Mobile first. Content first. Users first. Which one is really meant to be first – and what do we mean when we say “first” in the first place?
In order to better facilitate each member’s access to relevant information, a complex content model was implemented for ease of use.
User flows helped us determine the best way to move users from one point to another, and prototypes helped confirm we were going in the right direction.
Updating the design for Minnesota State University Mankato in a way that didn’t remake the entire website.