OpenText.com Redesign

Challenge

Marketing was unveiling a new OpenText logo and branding with a very quick turnaround. There were dozens of systems that required code changes to reflect these look and feel updates. I was responsible for nine of those, all with differing files, respositories and code.

Concept

I attempted to standardize the CSS and HTML for these systems as much as possible. Many sites had legacy HTML compared to the corporate .com site which required a careful approach to ensure visual conformity.

Development

I had to provide all code updates and run QA testing for changes. Code was committed to both Team Foundation Server and Subversion depending on the site being updated. This branding overhaul also prompted me to do a complete design refresh to our Sales Portal.

Sales Portal Website


screen shot of the Sales Portal home page with the old design
screen shot of the Sales Portal home page with the new design

Communities Website


screen shot of the communities home page with the old design
screen shot of the communities home page with the new design

ePayments Website


screen shot of the ePay contact details page with the old design
screen shot of the ePay contact details page with the new design

OT Connect Login Website


screen shot of the login form page with the old design
screen shot of the login form page with the new design

Training Website


screen shot of the training search page with the old design
screen shot of the training search page with the new design

About Me

photo: Rachele DiTullio

As an information architect, interaction designer and web developer, I believe in information integrity and accessibility for all through universal design principles and web standards.


I have a wide breadth of knowledge in many areas of web standards and user experience design including HTML, CSS, cross-browser testing, accessibility best practices, information architecture, interaction design, wireframing, prototyping and usability testing.

I earned my Master's Degree in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin School of Information .

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