Being one of the world’s largest companies, I was given great responsibility to redesign and rebuild Nestlé’s global website.
It was a huge corporate effort, with every page design needing to be signed-off and each receiving numerous rounds of iteration. I remember the number of page designs reaching around 100. It was however a fun project with frequent trips to Nestlé HQ in Switzerland, and numerous boxes of KitKats delivered to the office to keep me going.
Following on from the extensive UI design effort, I was then tasked with cutting the designs up into pixel perfect HTML/CSS/JS templates. This was before preprocessors were reliable or trusted, so the whole framework was built and maintained manually. The requirements for sign-off at this stage even stipulated pixel perfect down to Internet Explorer 6.
This was almost 10 years ago now, however the core UI design and Front-end framework being used today are still the ones I meticulously crafted way back then.