MSA Safety Blog
The design of the MSA Safety Blog began with mocking up several content types that would be used throughout the blog, working from established brand guides and with MSA team members to ensure that these designs were cohesive with the MSA brand. These pieces were then put together to mock up the homepage and example post pages. The design process for this blog was unique in that MSA’s staff needed to be able to populate the site with new posts over time by having designed elements at their disposal. To do this, the designed elements were created as custom WP Bakery elements that could be easily added by staff. While I played a minimal role in the development of this site, I did write an extensive web requirements document to ensure that all functionality, including these custom elements, had been thought through and documented.
* This work was done while working as Senior Designer at Shift Collaborative, a full-service creative agency.