Scope

CMS Planning
Build

Problem

Scope Inc is an online marketplace for software engineers - where customers, companies and experts ‘meet’ to manage software implementation. So when they decided to update their look, they needed to have their new design developed into a smoothly functioning website. Moreover, they needed a CMS that performed seamlessly for the companies, customers and experts that use their marketplace.

Solution

Using Scope’s new design, we developed their website in Webflow, adding interactions and rendering it responsive across all major devices. When it came to building their CMS, one of the pivotal outcomes was that the system delivered landing pages for companies that were professional and personalized to their branding.

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CMS DRIVEN

Individuality on autopilot

As an online marketplace, it was critical for this website to have a carefully crafted CMS that creates landing pages and lead forms for companies - dynamically pulling through their individual branding, colors and imagery.

RESPONSIVE

The development included making sure that the website would easily adapt to different screen sizes depending on the user’s device. This means not only does the interface look good on desktop, tablets and smartphones, it’s also mobile-friendly - a vital Google ranking tool.

INTERACTIONS

Layering

We enhanced the design by adding engaging interactions, including layering with scroll effects.

Layering
Animation

Animation

We included subtle animations on page load and scroll. Enough to add interest, but not distract.

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