Method is a global, strategic design consultancy based in San Francisco with offices in New York and London. Method's branding and positioning was evolving and they needed a new, dynamic way to communicate their presence online. Exploring new ways of interacting with content, I produced multiple UX and visual design recommendations. One such concept is shown here. 

Working with the design director and presenting directly to Method's CEO, my design focused on the use of a flexible grid system that presented units of information ranging from case studies to company bios. When launched, it was the first commercial website to use the now prolific card metaphor made popular by Pinterest and Google. The design direction also pushed the scale and contrast of content, using bold, beautiful product photography and typography. Another trend that has proven here to stay. 

Date: 2010
Client: Method, Inc.
Role: Senior Designer
Tags: Web