The Consulting Chronicle Vol. 13: Building a UI and open source rebranding
Here’s a summary of interesting discoveries that the Investis Consulting team has made recently as we go about our work. Showcasing new projects, innovative content, smart tech and good reads:
|Building the UI for The Times new website
The design and dev teams at The Times created a common language when building the UI for the new website in order to improve communication and establish consistency, whilst working together to break the site down into components, modules and global elements.
|Mozilla’s open source rebrand
Mozilla are taking an unusual approach of documenting the creative process for their rebrand online, posting content and inviting discussion at each stage. A series of potential themes have been introduced and feedback will be analysed before beginning the design phase.
|M&S interactive supply chain map
M&S are increasing transparency of their supply chain, publishing an interactive map which allows stakeholders and customers to view where their clothing, home and food products are made. Infographics are provided for individual factory locations.
Look away now if you’re afraid of heights. A glass slide has been suspended 1,000 feet above the ground, beginning on the 70th floor of the U.S. Bank Tower. Apparently the strength of the glass is enough to withstand hurricane winds and earthquakes, but we still don’t fancy it…