Ozaru.io is a company located in Mexico City that helps fellow companies in their digital transformation journey. At the same time, Ozaru.io makes sure that their client’s employees (the most essential factor) is not neglected nor forgotten and is given the attention they so highly deserve.
Ozaru’s old website looked and felt outdated. For a technology company, their website seemed straight out of the 2010s.
It was thanks to the help and collaboration of the Mexican design firm Girasolo.mx, and myself, that we were able to bring Ozaru.io’s website back to life.
Girasolo.mx was in charge of designing and coming up with a website that looked and felt great while at the same time providing visitors with an experience that was worth their time. Once a design was finished and approved, I would be the one to bring it to life and make it into a site that worked the way it was conceded to do.
1. Animating images
This is something I first tested and learned when working on a web design project over at Itelisoft. Just like I did back then, it was decided that for the user interface animations we would use a technology based on curves and developed by Airbnb called Lottie.
2. Making the site interactive
3. Available in multiple languages
And last, but not least. Just like in the Araiza CPA project, what was learned there was applied here as well. Creating a multilingual site would help Ozaru.io achieve its goals in México and the rest of the world.
The result is a website that looks, feels and works like it should. It is a big improvement over Ozaru’s old website, and most importantly it has helped the company expand its presence online while at the same time expanding its business.