Visualizers are the separation of design and content. Visualizers allow the front-end developer to create chunks of websites that can be rearranged and updated with content at any time by someone with little to no web development background. In a cross functional team environment where the developers can focus on the development and the marketing wordsmiths can focus on their words, visualizers become an efficient use of resources when creating a website of any size.
As the product engineer, I used DNN Software’s Evoq CMS visualizer technology and my responsive web design background to create clean and interesting web layouts. The visualizers I created were used on DNN Software’s homepage and throughout various secondary pages. Every visualizer I created was designed to be fully responsive and look great on any size screen. I worked with the product, marketing and sales teams to create visualizers that were both visually appealing and interactive web site experiences.
DNN Software had an outdated website that didn't use the features in its Liquid Content CMS, Evoq. The site was hard to update, poorly designed and used obsolete features.
Leverage the power of Evoq Liquid Content and re-design DNN's website with new visualizers that can easily be deployed and updated by the marketing team using DNN's own Evoq CMS.
I was allowed some creative freedom while creating visualizers. Some of my favorite visualizers used looping abstract animations for backgrounds and others had a built in alternating layout and would automatically update the website when new content is added and tagged correctly within the CMS.
Working as a cross functional team on the visualizers was a lot of fun. Splitting the work into silos and having great communication between silos allows new webpages, entire websites and new features to be produced swiftly. I was part of a great team who all owned their parts of the project.