Global Web Content Management | The Level - creative

By: The Level  09-12-2011

When designing a web site the cosmetic appearance is just one element that has to be considered i.e. technology, user experience, content strategy and localisation impact on the design.

What You Need to Consider:

  • Brand consistency
  • Technology architecture
  • Wire frames
  • Translation
  • Localisation
  • Mobile devices
  • Social media

The screen shots below show the dramatic differences to the same brand when translation, localisation and technology are not integrated.

Go Hawaii Japanese website

The Level coordinates the creative services, whether that's through your design agency, style guides or our graphic designers, we ensure the creative solution maps to the appropriate technology. Its crucial to design issues out at this early stage to avoid costly re-working later in the project i.e how does the design template work with different languages, social media, technology and viewing via a mobile device.

The Level - Design and branding integrity is consistent and works seamlessly with the technology powering the delivery of localised content for a greater user experience

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