Redesigning the world's most used  cross—browser testing tool.

OVERVIEW

Browserstack had been working on the same, inconsistent design language since it's launch and it was all over the place. There were inconsitencies with brand colors and typography resulting in a sense of vagueness for the users to realise our different product offerings. A bloated codebase was also the side-effec of this problem.

TYPE

Design Systems
Rebrand
User Experience

Initial Information Architecture

We used the Atomic design approach to organize and name our design components. Using atomic design to organize components and splitting the pages into 3 different levels based on how we navigate to each one of them, we established the information architecture early on.

BROWSERSTACK-IA

Early screens for the BrowserStack new Information Architecture, doing this made our lives quite easy later on in the redesign since we had mapped out all pages that shared similar design levels.

Level-1-Browserstack

Template — Level 1

Level-2-Browserstack

Template — Level 2

Level-3-Browserstack

Template — Level 3

After defining the rebranded information architecture early on, we did a month long exploration with the color palette, grid system and the typography — the 3 basis of our design system.

browserstack-—-7
browserstack-—-8
browserstack-—-4

The Result

The Result

The Result

The Result

live-landing@2x

Level 1 (Live Landing)

FAQs

Documentation)

pricing (1)

Level 2 (Pricing)

Level 2 (Pricing)

features

Level 1 (Live Features)

LEARNINGS AND TEAM

As a part of the five-member design team handling an entire redesign, focusing on the right problems and a well thought out process was key.

Following a very rigid style guide and a component first approach made ours and developer's lives much simpler in the later stage because both the teams were reusing components (or habitats).

We were 5 people, highly cross-functional design team and all of us played a super important role in the redesign. We are basically Lokesh Khemani, Sagar Patil, Aaron Durham, Arun Pattnaik and our awesome intern Parag Nandi.