We don’t just build sites. We solve problems. Here are some of the problems we’ve helped our project partners solve.
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From Design System to Final Launch
Icertis needed more than a new design — they needed a full design system, and they needed it built in a robust tool. Blend and Optimizely stepped up to help them out.
A Design System for Increased Clarity
A company like Icertis, which provides a contract lifecycle management solution used by some of the world's largest enterprises, needs to appeal to a wide range of potential customers. Blend built a design system to allow for better clarity and easier communication.
Staying Consistent Throughout Front-End
Helping bring consistency to Mercury Systems' front-end design — and to their front-end development practice.
A Forklift Toward a New System
Moving a site from Ektron to Episerver (now Optimizely) while still maintaining clarity and consistency.
Promoting a New Product With a New Subsite
Integration of an Episerver (now Optimizely) site to include Marketo and Salesforce, all built from design to launch.
Getting Help Content From API to the User — In Any Language
Implementing a user-first migration of help content into Episerver (now Optimizely) for ExactTarget's user and partner audiences.
A Family of Sites For a Classic Technology Company
A design partnership with a fellow agency led to several Episerver (now Optimizely) projects for the Imation line of products, including TDK and Memorex.
Who we work with.
We’re very specific in the systems we partner with. And we’re very specific in who we recommend YOU work with. Which means you can be sure that you’re getting exactly the right solution — enterprise, open-source, .NET, integrations — for your project.
As a Gold Partner and past Partner of the Year, we have a long track record of successful projects with Optimizely (formerly Episerver).
As one of Umbraco's Gold Partners, we have both consulted on and developed for Umbraco, the "Friendly" CMS.
Blend is an official implementation and sales partner of SiteImprove.