As a result, there has been a massive shift in our expectations of these digital environments. It’s no longer enough to have just text-based content. People expect video, audio, animation, and interactive activities. They want an environment that is aesthetically appealing and that provides a seamless experience that is simple to navigate.
This is why designers are playing an increasingly important role in ensuring online environments, like your website, are sophisticated enough for today’s consumers. Design can transform your website into a unique, exciting user experience that will make your website stand out from the crowd.
At StudioC, we create websites in Webflow, a really easy to use, no code platform Webflow allows you to build any website imaginable in a visual canvas. Not only does it allow us to be really creative with design, our clients love it too because it is so simple to navigate and provides the flexibility to update their websites on their own, saving time and money.
Here are a couple of examples of recent websites we’ve designed for clients using Webflow.
ISANA NZ came to StudioC looking for a redesigned, customised website that could easily house a large suite of new resources that they have been developing for international educators. They also wanted a brand re-fresh that would flow into the new website and provide a modern look and feel. A critical aspect of the project was providing them with an easy-to-use administration portal that makes updating content on their own a breeze.
“We have been really impressed at the level of detail from the team at StudioC Design. They truly offer the full package of support. Working with them to clarify our values proposition and then applying this to everything from branding, website, offerings, and content has been extremely valuable.”
- Caroline Stevenson, Communication and Events Director, ISANA NZ
We worked with the Farming with Native Biodiversity team to develop a beautiful website that will provide a portal to resources that will create a step-change for native biodiversity on farms in Aotearoa.
If you’re interested in exploring how you can use design to improve your website, get in touch!