Newly Launched Content Website Reorganizing the Information Structure and Considering Future Expansion
The most important requirement for a corporate welfare committee content website is to be able to immediately publish the latest news and update current information. Welfare committees often have information that needs to be updated and communicated in real time, but managers are not free to adjust the content and must seek help from design and technical staff. As the amount of news to update increases, this will undoubtedly increase the workload of each unit. Therefore, the client wanted to build a complete management platform with flexible maintenance functions for the team to use at any time. It is hoped that through the systematic planning and visual design of the new site, the time and human resource costs spent in adding or modifying content will be reduced.
After understanding the client's needs, our design team restructured the content and redesigned the website according to their corporate brand style.
In addition to the visual presentation aligned with the brand, our full-scale development team also built an easy-to-use backend editor with maintenance functions through a systematic design for website operators. In this way, the editorial system can effectively avoid different layouts for different people and present information in a consistent manner. The editorial backend is also presented in a "card format", which allows contributors to drag and drop cards for a more intuitive layout arrangement. Moreover, the editorial backend is equipped with a customized corporate color editorial tool list component to facilitate the contributor to apply the corporate color to present their content.
Lots of welfare information contains "attachments", so the team specially designed an "attachment" function to allow contributors to upload relevant information for website visitors to download and use. Our team even designed a table area that can be updated with Excel files in response to the frequent need to update member lists. This allows contributors to simply import new files, and then the system can automatically publish the content of the files in line with the website style specifications.
To improve user experience, our team also built an RWD responsive design to fit different device sizes. In terms of web layout, a minimalist design approach was adopted to emphasize the content of the website instead of the focus being blurred with too many colors and web effects, allowing website visitors to pay attention to the key items the first time.