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Unify approached us to assist with their web presence which needed a nice facelift.

A mockup of the Unify website, on a laptop.

The Problem

Unify wanted a bespoke website to wow award submission judges.

The Solution

A fresh new website with a custom look & feel and modern framework.

Services Provided


Phase 1

The Unify project was broken down into 3 core phases. Phase 1 was focused on delivering a rapid MVP version of the website with core functionality.

Content Discovery


In a race against time, we swiftly embarked on crafting wireframes for the Unify project. From initial concept to detailed mockups, we navigated each step with precision, ensuring alignment with client objectives and design standards.

Balancing speed with accuracy, we iterated tirelessly to deliver comprehensive wireframes that laid a solid foundation for the project's success within the tight deadline.

Rapid Revisions


During the design phase we went through various rapid revisions to get the overall look & feel Unify were looking for. In the end we landed on a vibrant look & feel which made the hero banner really stand out.

At Mintyy we belive in user first design, so we opted to only use this style in the hero banner and went for a more simple design for the rest of the website.

Modern Boilerplate


For phase 1 we wanted to get a rapid MVP version of the website out, utilising a modern wordpress boilerplate called Bedrock to rapidly build the website in a short time frame.

This allowed us to create repeatable blocks which could be utilised within the Gutenburg block editor natively, utilising blade templates and laravel components for easy to maintain website infrastructure.

Phase 2

Once the MVP version of the Unify website was released, we began working on the Phase 2 release of the Unify project. Phase 2 essentially extended the existing website with more pages, an automatic blog and more. Phase 2 is yet to be released.

Phase 3

Phase 3 was the last phase to commence and was responsible for a large website overhaul, taking the existing website and turning it into a headless CMS, allowing for a NextJS application to be built and connect to the CMS via graphql. Phase 3 is yet to be released.

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