After working at Brown Safe Manufacturing for over a year, I came to know of a majority of the issues customers experience when navigating the website. I presented to the media team a new homepage and a new navigational design. The objective was to help customers navigate faster and easier around the site.
What I Did:
I organized individual meetings with: every sales employee, the COO, the VP of R&D, and the Creative Director. The objective was to gain insight on: the current design, what needed improvement, and what worked fine.
I created a new version of their homepage, incorporating shortcuts directing customers to the most popular pages.
Shortcuts available on the homepage to direct customers to the most popular pages.
Focused on Mobile Experience
On mobile devices, I spent extra time on the navigation bar. The style and sizing was made precise on every screen resolution. Ferrari‘s website’s navigational bar was used as a reference. On desktop the navigational bar is non-obtrusive with a clear background fading into dark-grey upon scrolling down.
A mobile-friendly design of Brown Safe’s homepage navigation bar.
Ferrari.com’s navbar that was used as reference for Brown Safe’s.
I retouched, scaled, and web-optimized existing images and created new product imagery for this demo. I also revised their current logo in Illustrator and exported to SVG for the demo.
Most of my ideas have been implemented; such as:
- The shortcuts on the homepage have been added.
- The slider with some of the images I created has replaced the old slider.
- The layout of the homepage is similar to the demo.
- The navigation almost mimics the one I proposed.
The mobile experience has been neglected after the team implemented changes after I left.