The CLASSIFIED project brought value to Caterpillar by making modifications to the Digital Experience Guidelines that supported them making a jump into a CLASSIFIED business model; transforming the way they market to CLASSIFIED.
It requires being a leader in understanding CAT’s business, using that understanding to drive decisions and develop solutions based on that; all while internal shifts in business sway how the outcome materializes.
Classified projects are unfortunately vague as there’s not much that can be shared.
Johnson & Johnson has an existing infrastructure of applications built on the java framework and Razorfish provided a scratch ecommerce tool for enhancing the experience of ordering contacts online. After an initial release it was determined additional features were required which our team members assisted with.
Accessibility, performance and a responsive experience were key aspects that continued to be developed in wave 2 along with the integration of Acuvue codes. These codes, provided by Optometrists, then simplify the entry of a prescription online.
After the wave 2 release became available, the site went live for public use and additional phases of work continue to promote the site.
The Digital Experience Guidelines project was a whitelabeling of CAT.com performed in AEM that created a flexible system able to provide consistent branding and quality experiences.It brought faster migrations, within months of completion 3 sites were replatformed helping CAT to centralize infrastructure and platforms.
The project leveraged 15 current components and 17 templates while creating 30 new components for authors, all while maintaining responsive, internationalized sites that continued with their integrations with systems like product inventory management (PIM).
Business configurations components were created that powered cachable dynamically generated CSS.
Caterpillar came to Razorfish with the problem of creating an experience that combines their current Cat.com with the content around what rental products are available for a location.(more…)
The Hollister & Co sub brand of Abercrombie and Fitch needed help transforming their Android and iOS apps.
When Razorfish was engaged the apps had several features, the goal was to increase the amount of experiences, build for new campaigns and work towards the end game of having all the eCommerce transferred within the app instead of through webviews.(more…)
Abercrombie & Fitch has a set of Android and iOS apps that are running on older versions and needed campaign and functional updates.
Our developers worked to understand updates needed, work with the creative team, and lead the offshore team through execution of the updates across both platforms.
The largest challenge was working with older versions of the apps that wouldn’t compile when we received them and had minimal documentation.
Special K has both an Android and and iOS app that their audience uses to manage their My Special K program for weight loss. The backend for these applications went through a dramatic change to tie into different systems for storing the user’s data. While backend developers focused on updating the services, there were still numerous places that the applications needed updates to accommodate the new services and in some places new data elements/models.
Our team members worked to assist the backend developers to troubleshoot the apps and identify issues with the services transitions. In addition they worked primarily on the iOS platform to update the apps, not only for the new services, but also to iOS 7 updates.