The architecture used to develop the Bianchi and Nardi 1946 website is the Jamstack standards (https://jamstack.org/).
The old monolithic logics have been abandoned in favor of a headless CMS able to guarantee the best performance in loading times and fluidity but also respecting the highest security standards, keeping the data (backend) separate from the user experience (frontend) .
In parallel with the development, the WE RAD team of Web and User Experience Design took care of the study of all the interfaces, making sure to offer the best browsing experience for booking the Bianchi and Nardi 1946 Experience and consulting the products for collections. and materials.
The design flow involved the creation of graphics, mock-ups and real interactive prototypes that made it possible to study animations and page transitions even before starting development, as well as providing a faithful preview to the customer, including images and definitive texts.