Wells Fargo | Checking Accounts
As a consultant to MRM-McCann, I was tasked with building a new Wells Fargo checking account landing page using the ZURB Foundation framework. I made recommendations to design improvements and expressed caution on some of the client's desired features of the page. The final product was made to have feature fallbacks for Internet Explorer 8 while also be mobile responsive.
One of the interesting expectations for this project was based on a legal requirement: The name of the checking account type had to always be present, even if there were visual differences in the table. That required a heavy use of fixed elements and toggling states depending on where the user was on the page.
There was also the matter of hosting a lot of detailed information for almost all of the table cells, which I saw that modal windows would be the best solution as the client often would have large chunks of text on some cells.
I think the most challening part was getting the fixed elements on the mobile version to line up correctly, especially because I couldn't recreate the table in CSS. I spent a lot of time with the designer working out a pixle perfect size that would also scale correctly in which ever mobile device a user might be on. There were many rounds of me working close with QA to trouble shoot particular devices.
I love making things that become solutions to needs in the print and digital worlds. Designing is a family trait and I decided in high school that I would carry that talent into the digital age. The instruction and experiences I received at Southern Utah University saw to it that I would set me on my path. After leaving SUU with BFA in Graphic Design, and parting ways with my internship at LearnKey, I found myself as a junior developer at ThomasArts. Having grown my talents, Software Technology Group saw my eye for design and talent in things front end web development. Since then I've been able to consult for clients such as McCann Erickson, PDCFlow, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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Bootstrap 3 and Foundation 6
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