Over an engagement that spanned nearly 12 months, Kiss Me I’m Polish worked with the NY-based Japan Society as part of a broad effort to rethink and enrich their current web presence. Japan Society’s previous online offering did not fully represent the organization and all of its rich activity, and was too rigid to facilitate easy access to various levels of content.
Throughout the collaborative process, Kiss Me I’m Polish, in partnership with Redub LLC, was responsible for initial brain-storming with the client, multiple iterations of wireframes, user flow diagrams, site maps, feature specifications, all front-end design, and a comprehensive component library document and graphic templates which were delivered to the Japan Society’s development team. Throughout the final phase of development and CMS build, our team continued to be involved in the implementation process, ensuring that development followed in-line with all specs.
- Strategy + Analysis
- User Experience + Information Architecture
- Component Documentation
- Art Direction + Design
- Design Production
It is rare to work with a studio that is so responsive to the needs of its clients, and so thorough about the entire design process from initial specification to final testing. Agnieszka's design sensibility is truly unique and has never failed to lead to exciting results. We have always felt that this studio will do whatever it takes to make exceptional products that exceed all of our expectations.”
– Jason Cremerius, Director of New Media & Web Initiatives, Japan Society