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    It has been more than 2 years that we’ve established SHERPA and our website has become outdated. But this time, rather than a practical one-page … Read More
    It has been more than 2 years that we’ve established SHERPA and our website has become outdated. But this time, rather than a practical one-page website, we wanted a new website with plenty of information. First of all, we’ve done lots of projects for a range of viewports in these years and we thought that the best way of expressing our talent is to share detailed breakdowns of our projects. As a digital design studio, our work isn’t enough to draw the big picture. So, it was time to let people know a little bit more about what SHERPA is, who makes SHERPA great and of course, how we design digital experiences. There’s a saying that “the shoemaker's son always goes barefoot”. Not this time! As we always do, content was the locomotive of our design process. We gathered up all our informational elements and we put them on the table. We sorted, grouped, ungrouped and prioritised every little piece to come up with a solid information architecture with one thing in mind: What do people want to know about us? And we finally agreed on our content map. We were ready for writing that down! What we wanted was to tell our story with the shortest copies as we could write. After several copywriting iterations, we all agreed upon that our copy was able to explain everything about us. We classified our content blocks to identify the types of content that needs to be visualised. Our designers worked their magic and they designed a solid visual hierarchy: a strong typography, a spacious layout and simplistic interactions! From paper sketches to digital wireframes, we all participated in the design process. It was time to spice things up! They came up with a brand new look and feel based on the wireframes, and it looked beautiful: delicious colors and powerful images! Do you know what the besting was during the project? It was the collaboration between us and our followers. From the wireframe design process to user interface design, we uploaded our work in progress on InVision, shared them with our followers and we received their valuable reviews. Our new website is alive and we love it. If you wish to check it out, visit http://sherpa.digital Read Less
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UX Producer
Selen Şentürk

Content Strategist
Berk Bayri

Content Manager
Erdem Yıldız

UX Designer
Nazlı Ceren Binyıldırım, Orkun Duyar

UI Designer
Orkun Duyar

UX Engineer
Fatih Akgöze