An internal design exercise @Handsome. We had to study, reconstruct and reapply the visual aesthetics of one site to another. The two sites I chose to use for this redesign were UPS and Myspace. I merged the layouts of both sites and tried to stay true to the overall feel and look of Myspace, while at the same time taking into consideration the working functionality and use of UPS. Be sure to view the attachments for a better look!
about 1 month ago
Hmm, this is a very interesting idea of mashing two sites together and having to choose the visual language of one and the UX of the other. I dig it.
Looks nice, but the section on the right is completely irrelevant to 99.9999% of all ups.com users and yet it takes more than a half of screen space.
That's a really neat idea, looks great too.
So fresh Edgar!
I love it!
simply amazing! fantastic! looks great!
Like I had said on twitter, this is absolutely fantastic. UPS desperately needs a redesign. lol
@Alex Pankratov The right side is where all the content for the site will live. Wether its account information, summaries, or support that information will be shown on the right. This just happens to be the content displayed on their home page.
@Kirsty Marr Thank you!
Thanks @Mason Dahl
Appreciate the kind words @Daniel Maldonado.
@Sean Fallon Thank you very much!
I'm digging these design exercises you guys are doing. I may attempt a similar exercise just for fun.
wow I really like this idea...beautifully executed!
Neat! I like your black/yellow combination so much more than they brown/yellow.
Thanks @Juliana Linder!
10/10! Now, if I could pay custom's fees online with this... a TONNE of Internets would be coming your way! (Yes that is Metric)
I mean, why didn't you do it using the myspace layout of an average user in 2004? That'd have been way more interesting.
Hey there - wanted to let you know we shared this shot in this week's Replay. Thanks for posting!
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