UDO provided expertly prepared responsive designs and a thorough briefing which told me exactly what was required, and having decided on Craft as the appropriate CMS based on our previous work together, I was able to quickly configure the content schema to cater for their requirements. The designs employed thoughtful re-use of common layouts and modules so I was able to represent the various sections and pages of the site in Craft with minimal hassle, and quickly get started on building out the frontend.
The homepage includes a scroll-activated schematic animation, using Airbnb’s Lottie library to reproduce an After Effects vector animation in the browser. And the various block-based content configurations required some planning for sensible responsive behaviour and co-ordination with the fields available in the CMS.
The resulting site should provide a comprehensive and flexible platform for UDO and their products for some time to come, and I’ve been pleased to see how its content has already evolved in the weeks since launch.