Posts Tagged ‘case study’

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  1. 14 Jan, 2020

    How Dotdash, formerly, is taking over the internet

    We had a blast working with Dotdash (formerly About dot com), and it’s awesome to see the design system foundation we helped them establish translate into major success, as written up by Fast Company. Maybe you’ve never even heard of Dotdash, […]

  2. 19 Oct, 2019

    SuperFriendly helped The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Build Three Sites With a Design System

    Here’s Dan’s great interview with our fantastic client Mamie Peers of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. We worked together to build them a new website and underlying design system to power their digital properties.

  3. 22 Oct, 2017

    About Face: How Changed its Design Process and became Dotdash

    Adam McClean and Dan Mall had a fantastic chat with Jared Spool about the work we did to help transform into the new Dotdash. We took their monolithic brand and exploded it into a suite of topic-specific brands, with […]

  4. 23 Jul, 2017

    2 Frontend Designers. 12 Days. 1 Website. How We Did It

    Ian wrote about our experience launching a site for Brian Forde’s congressional campaign. One of the reasons we took the project on was that I thought it would be good for Ian to get a dose of how fast-paced the […]

  5. 21 Jul, 2017

    Launching a Campaign Website…Quickly

    I had the opportunity to make a website for Brian Forde, who is running for Congress in Orange County, California. Brian got in touch after reading my Designing an Effective Donation Form blog post, and wanted to bring that thinking to […]

  6. 24 Nov, 2014

    University of Dammam build blog part 1: Using Drupal’s Panopoly distribution and Pattern Lab

    The team who redesigned the University of Dammam website used Pattern Lab to construct the front-end and to use it as a living style guide for the site. More from the article: An important deliverable for this project was a […]

  7. 19 Nov, 2014

    Harvard Business Review Pattern-Lab Team workflow

    It’s so wonderful to see teams using Pattern Lab to launch successful projects. In fact, it makes me a little teary-eyed. In this case, the Harvard Business Review team used Pattern Lab to create an interface design system for their […]

  8. 10 Nov, 2014

    Frost Finery

    My amazing wife Melissa (@minifrost) has launched a new jewelry studio called Frost Finery. For the last few months she’s been hard at work sawing, soldering, laser cutting, water jetting, buffing, stone setting, welding, centrifuging, hammering, and filing. The result […]

  9. 18 Nov, 2013


    Earlier this year I had the amazing opportunity to create a responsive site for TechCrunch. I got shot out of a cannon at the beginning of 2013. I had been contemplating going out on my own for a while, so […]

  10. 14 Oct, 2013

    Entertainment Weekly

    Earlier this year I had the tremendous opportunity to create a responsive mobile site for Entertainment Weekly. I was privileged to work with some ridiculously talented people on this project: Josh Clark was our fearless leader. He assembled the team, […]

  11. 24 Sep, 2013

    Responsive Design to the Rescue: How HOMAGE Grew Mobile Revenue by 258%

    Note: the following is a guest post by Jonathan Poma, the director of Digital at HOMAGE. HOMAGE is one of my favorite t-shirt stores, and I constantly get compliments on my Boomshakalaka t-shirt. As it happens, they recently launched a […]

  12. 26 Jan, 2013

    Lessons from the Facebook Mobile Website Team

    A good look behind the curtains at one of the largest mobile sites on the planet. Lots of nice little takeaways here, but the real takeaway is that there’s no silver bullet to device diversity.