When Lurie Children’s came to us to help them implement their existing design onto a new Episerver install, our first steps were to dive deep and understand the level of complexity within their current design. We called it a “design audit,” but in reality it was a CMS comparability audit — how much can we re-use within the current site, and how much would we need to adjust and update?
This "design audit" was done with a mind toward understanding the different elements we would need to integrate into the Episerver content model, but it also allowed us a way to facilitate consolidation of one-off design elements and provide a level of consistency across the site. It has become a crucial part of our standard project handoff, especially when We’re implementing design from a partner or client.
- A high-level overview of how design was handled across the existing site in order to find common elements for future design.
- A roadmap of potential design updates.
- Consolidation of close-but-not-the-same design elements for a better editorial experience.
Years of Partnership Realized
Building a site—and a partnership—over five years of work, across dozens of projects.
- Client: First Church of Christ, Scientist
- Industry: Organizations