Rarely do I find myself short on words (probably on account of the New Yorker in me), but the redesign of wacom.com is one of those projects that—in the most humblest of ways—speaks for itself. The aesthetic, usability, and personality of this site are a testament to the outrageous amount of time, sweat, and love poured into it.
While still at Fi I had the privilege of working alongside some of the most talented people I know on one of the most widely used (yet widely mispronounced) brands in the industry*. My responsibilities ranged from initial interaction motion studies to full-blown page designs for the Everyday products and About Wacom pages.
This project was a behemoth—both in scope and duration, but the final result speaks volumes, and is something everyone involved should be proud of.
* I have it on good authority that it's pronounced 'Wua–kum' — like "Hey, can you take the dogs out and walk 'em?" Can't say I never did anything for the masses ;)