South Florida Compliance Association website
Web design involves creating a visually appealing and user-friendly layout for a website. It involves choosing the right colors, fonts, and images that align with the brand’s aesthetic and goals. The design process typically starts with creating a wireframe, which is a blueprint of the website’s structure and layout. From there, the design team works on creating the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) of the website.
In addition to the visual elements of web design, it’s also important to consider the functionalities and features that will be included on the website. In this case, the dashboard was designed to provide SFCA members with easy access to their profile, certificate history, event calendar, and other important information. The web development team also focused on creating a website that would be useful and informative for SFCA members.
Overall, the goal of web design is to create a website that is visually appealing, easy to navigate, and meets the needs of its target audience. By following design guidelines and considering the user’s needs, it’s possible to create a beautiful and effective website.
This association was formed in May of 1982, as a result of the tremendous need that regional banks had for a local forum in which they could exchange compliance information with one another that had been created by the South Florida Compliance Association (SFCA).
A dashboard design to displays information. SFCA dashboard provides the user a global overview, with access to the most important data, functions and controls to SFCA networking.
Advertiser: South Florida Compliance Association (SFCA)
Project: Responsive website design
Link site: https://soflca.com/
Digital Art Director: Mark Zuniga
Web Designer: Mark Zuniga
UI/UX Designer: Mark Zuniga
Copywriter: Sheehan Planas
Photography and Videography: Powered by iStock
Developers: Dilip Hingarajiya and Pratik Gandhi