For FlightSafety’s reimagined website, we worked with stakeholders around the globe. By translating recommendations into a working prototype in our custom-developed, content management system (CMS), both Greteman Group and FlightSafety could navigate the wireframe as if the site were already developed. You could see how it functioned on desktop, tablet and iPad – and on different platforms such as Apple and Android. This let us assess the user experience early and throughout the process – not just prior to launch. Basecamp served as our collaborative project management tool, enabling input throughout the process on everything from information hierarchy to micro-interactions.
Responsive design means the site works beautifully across multiple platforms, especially important for FlightSafety’s highly mobile audience. A simplified menu structure and navigation make pathways clear. A clean, modern look feels fresh. Rich content with good information hierarchy keeps pages from looking cluttered and puts important information front and center.
One example of creating a better experience for both the customer and FlightSafety’s team is the Information and Resource Center, a repository of marketing materials. We integrated brochures by pulling them directly into WordPress. Moving forward, now all content updates can be made directly in the CMS, saving time and money. SEO keyword analysis and supporting tactics increase search visibility across the site and – along with a true search function – help people find what they need. Quickly.