Limnu Website

Limnu asked us to help them with their app UI — we said sure, but not until your website is ready to welcome customers.

They had a website when we started working with them, and while the content was good it didn’t have a polished feel that gives users a sense of trust in a new company. We didn’t want to blow their budget on the website when they asked for user interface help, so we worked with them to choose a template that would meet their needs. We then customized the template, wrote a little custom code, and populated everything with big, friendly images.

We also worked through the server setups and figuring out the right places to transition users from the WordPress website front-end to the customized app platform. We did this through a series of login pages that bridge the look and functionality of the frontend and logged in sites.

Our client had this to say about the project:

We’ve been absolutely thrilled with your work, and we’ll be asking for more. The extent you went to understand our needs deeply, and work out viable solutions, from our web site to the internal UX design of our app, has been above and beyond. We know that for a fact, because we tried another design firm before employing you, and you’ve given us a volume and quality of work that is much better. If we tell you how many times better, we’re afraid you’ll raise your prices, but let’s just say your work is worth every penny. Thank you, Amber & Steve!

—Dave Hart, CTO

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Project Highlights

  • Responsive WordPress site.
  • Quick site build out (~ 10 days) to strengthen Limnu's online presence without taking budget from the app UI.
  • Login flows to facilitate a good user experience while transitioning users from the marketing to the platform sites.

Project Team

Amber Sawaya, Steve Sawaya

Project Launch

October 2015

RELATED PROJECTS: Limnu, Responsive, WordPress

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Project Team

Amber Sawaya, Steve Sawaya

Project Launch

October 2015

RELATED PROJECTS: Limnu, Responsive, WordPress