Our TEI interface designers have designed user friendly web applications since 2005.


TEI and its interface designer’s focus on the following website components: Content, Usability, Appearance, and Structure. Our objective is to provide the best possible web presence and user experience for the end user. This helps to build sales, or provide information in an intuitive and easy-to-use format.

Our interface designers are responsible for the creative direction of the client’s website, including online presence and brand identity. They are the key contact for our clients on any creative decisions relating to the client’s website. Since many of our websites are large, database-driven information systems, our designers work closely with our staff of software developers and copy editors to get just the right “look and feel” on all projects. As part of our model driven design process, our interface designers create prototypes and screenshot examples to gather client feedback and expectations prior to programming.

Website Design

TEI interface designers are masters at creating content-based websites in free open source content management tools such as WordPress and Umbraco. Almost anyone can create a website, but it may not look good or be organized effectively. It takes time when you don’t know the tools to build a site. Our designers can quickly implement a design in WordPress or Umbraco and train the client to manage all of their content at an affordable cost for small to medium sized businesses.

Rebranding Legacy Applications

TEI interface designers also have expertise in applying new responsive CSS (styles, themes, and templates) to preexisting client applications. One of our clients had multiple applications, all with slightly different outdated designs. Our interface designers were able to apply a new approved look and feel through all applications and essentially clean the hard coded styles that were previously built into the application without affecting the programming logic.

* We are currently in the process of updating Fastlane to the following new format