Open source geospatial leaders OpenGeo had plans to overhaul their entire business model. What was step one, you ask? Contact another digital leader, Integrity.
Being the WordPress experts we are, we were pretty psyched to get to work fellow open source enthusiasts.
After deciding on a new name, Boundless (the company formerly known as OpenGeo) was in need of a new logo, brand identity and website to match. It was also imperative for the site to be easily updated to feature new Boundless products and information.
Our lead web designer took an illustrative approach to bring life to this software company. Her use of friendly colors and intuitive UX allows users to easily navigate the site. Members of our development team were able to implement existing, complicated code and pages within Boundless’ new WordPress site as well as custom tracking tools, while still keeping the site almost completely content manageable.
Not only that, but we had to crank this masterpiece out in just 2.5 months. Yeah, we know, we’re impressed too.
In summary, we worked at warp speed, built a beautiful new brand and website and totally nailed it. Check out our other work on our Pinterest, follow us on Twitter to see what news we're excited about and like us on Facebook for glimpse into our day-to-day shenanigans.
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