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Zendrive felt their old website was looking dated and needed to be completely refreshed. The redesigned site had to have custom graphics and animations that, working in tandem with the copy, provided a clear visual of their benefits and features. Also pivotal was a powerful CMS so they could effortlessly add blog articles, resources and career opportunities.


Taking on board the issues that Zendrive highlighted, we redesigned the website with a new look and feel. We added custom created graphics to each of the benefits and features. We also extensively used the Webflow CMS to allow Zendrive to update their website effortlessly.


A unified style system

Custom designed “reflections” of the Zendrive platform were used to explain concepts and features as opposed to displaying straight screenshots. Wrapped around this was a new style guide in which imagery, video, color palette and type play well together.


It was important for Zendrive that their benefits and features were conveyed in a visual way. To this end, we used a mixture of video, Lottie animations and Webflow interactions throughout the site.


Consistent Illustration

From icons to over-image graphics, it was important to use a unified style to tie pages together as a user explores the website.

Consistent Illustration
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We unleashed the powerful Webflow CMS throughout Zendrive’s site, and it can be seen doing its thing in the blogs, customer testimonials, resources and platform template pages.


We made sure that the website could be viewed across all major devices and was smoothly responsive. This not only benefits the end-users but also assists search engine rankings.

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