Rebranded ProLabs to help it distinguish itself from its competitors and redesigned the website to reflect this new branding and provide a better user experience. 
The problem: 
ProLabs struggled to distinguish itself from its competitors. The original branding did not resemble that of a tech company nor elevate it to the global leader that it is. Additionally, the website did not have all the functionality its users needed, it wasn't easy to navigate, and it lacked innovative design that accurately reflected the brand or its industry. 
The solution:
Being a subsidiary of Halo Technology, and having other brands selling the same product, ProLabs needed to have a very distinct look and feel, as well as showcase it as a global technology leader. As the Senior Designer, I lead this project and worked through every stage from UX research and ideation, to design and development.  I completely refreshed the brand's visual identity, updated the colors and logo, and researched extensively its needs and that of its users. 
Designed a new homepage, updated existing pages, removed unnecessary content, created a new navigation menu and search bar, new product filtration that had better UX consideration, and created a new checkout capability for its products. Also, created a new design system, web assets, banners, icons, infographics, etc. 
The results:
The new branding significantly advanced ProLabs to visually separate itself from its competitors and properly showcased it as a tech leader. Website traffic increased by 150% within the first 6 months. Web conversion rate optimization (CRO) grew by 165% year-over-year.

Brand Guidelines
Rebranded ProLabs and created a new brand book to showcase its new styling and proper usage. See the full digital brand book below.

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