- Twitter Bootstrap (responsive)
- DHTMLX UI Library
- Live Code Style Guide
The company was very scrappy and used offshore engineers to compensate for the seed funding phrase. The software was at first bought off the shelf by a 3rd party firm. It was very minimal without a solid framework to develop on.
As the UI designer, I was tasked to solidify the design direction and work with the offshore engineers to figure out a way to quickly develop web apps. The company was a .Net heavy shop so they had chosen a framework called DHTMLX for development. I suggested that we incorporate Bootstrap and Highcharts as part of the front-end dev toolset to speed up development and also get free device responsive outcomes.
- A unified system that can be tweaked to work with various products
- Faster development time
- Less design and dev back and forth