Mosaic

Mosaic’s digital product design, CoVitality, was revamped by us to be more marketing-focused, then migrated into WordPress for easier website management.

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Introduction

Mosaic had a home for their CoVitality platform, but it wasn’t as robust as they would have liked. We helped them with website design and development, migrating everything to WordPress and giving it a UX/UI facelift.

The
Challenge

Mosiac’s CoVitality site was initially built on Wix, but they UX consulting to revamp the site to make it more marketing-friendly. They wanted to add a blog section to add articles to promote, as well as social media to tell people what they do, and what CoVitality is all about.

Mosiac’s CoVitality site was initially built on Wix, but they UX consulting to revamp the site to make it more marketing-friendly. They wanted to add a blog section to add articles to promote, as well as social media to tell people what t...

Mosiac’s CoVitality site was initially built on Wix, but they UX consulting to revamp the site to make it more marketing-friendly. They wanted to add a blog section to add articles to promote, as well as social media to tell people what they do, and what CoVitality is all about.

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The
Solution

The Mosaic team provided us a brief of what we needed to do for website design and development, and then we got to work migrating the site to WordPress and redesigning it in the process. We wanted to keep all of the information from their site, but we wanted to reposition the elements to achieve maximum visibility.

While the digital product design was different in that we made it more colorful and vibrant, we did stay within the brand identity that the Mosiac team already had. We also scaled down the amount of information that they had on the site and made it more scannable and marketing friendly.

The Mosaic team provided us a brief of what we needed to do for website design and development, and then we got to work migrating the site to WordPress and redesigning it in the process. We wanted to keep all of the information from their site, but we wanted to reposition the ele...

The Mosaic team provided us a brief of what we needed to do for website design and development, and then we got to work migrating the site to WordPress and redesigning it in the process. We wanted to keep all of the information from their site, but we wanted to reposition the elements to achieve maximum visibility.

While the digital product design was different in that we made it more colorful and vibrant, we did stay within the brand identity that the Mosiac team already had. We also scaled down the amount of information that they had on the site and made it more scannable and marketing friendly.

Planning

The Mosaic team presented us with a brief of what they would like for us to do, so we got to work on UX consulting to improve the site.

Design

We stayed within the brand guidelines that Mosiac already had, although we did introduce more color to make it more marketable.

We migrated the site from the Wix platform to the WordPress platform to give the Mosiac team more control over the elements that they wanted to deploy.

Development

We created video tutorials on how to manage the site moving forward, and helped them understand how to stay up to date with new WordPress versions.

Next Steps

The
Deliverables

Below you will find the main digital product design deliverables that we created for Mosaic. Deliverables can consist of mockups, presentations, videos, one-pagers, site maps, wireframes, the finished website itself, and so much more. Each project is different and requires different deliverables to achieve success.

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Project Summary

This website design and development project was unique in that we had much of the design and branding already created. We were tasked with UX consulting and giving minor updates to the design while still staying within their brand book. Migrating the site from Wix to WordPress gave the Mosaic team more control over the features of the site, and made it easier to manage moving forward, especially with the help of the tutorials that we created.

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Design

Design

Revamped the design of the website.

Migration

Migration

Migrated the website to the WordPress platform from Wix.

Marketing

Marketing

Made the website more marketable and informative.

Maintenance

Maintenance

Guided the Mosaic team on how to manage the site moving forward.

Google Analytics

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Mosaic

5/5

Clutch Review

The team produced excellent deliverables, creating the application’s UX and frontend to a very high standard, and offering input on marketing too. They were both responsive and proactive throughout the work, always taking on tasks even when the timelines were extremely tight.
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Torrey Monnich, Director

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