NEW WEBSITE LOOK PORTRAYS SYNERGY MESSAGE

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The formula for a healthy, successful, more purposeful life begins with Synergy. 

Wellness today isn’t just about living longer. It’s about living better. At Synergy, we unlock your true health and lifestyle potential, empowering you to live a remarkable life.

Today, we’re pleased to introduce a new look and feel to the Synergy website that portrays this powerful message through key branding elements that visually connect visitors to Synergy WorldWide’s mission.

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Here’s a quick overview of some of the primary enhancements you’ll notice.

Mobile Optimized

Put away the laptops because now you can shop and enroll with Synergy on your mobile device. This has been a long time coming and we appreciate your patience as we’ve worked to enhance this particular user experience.

Color

Synergy’s primary color has been updated to the brighter blue that you see throughout the site’s new look. This does not mean that the previous darker blue color is going away; in fact, it will still be used as Synergy’s secondary color.

Hexagon ‘S’ Icon

This icon does not replace the Synergy logo as you know it today. Instead, the “S” will be used as a secondary branding element used in conjunction with the Synergy logo.

Building Blocks

The building block pattern that you see on the homepage ads is a graphic element Synergy will use in correlation with its visual brand. This pattern is a modern design inspired by the Synergy molecule pattern that enhances a message of connectivity and science. Each block provides a foundation for another and conveys a message of strength and growth.

Molecule Pattern

Synergy’s molecule pattern has been a foundation of its brand for years. We updated the pattern to a more modern design that will continue to convey a message of science and innovation.

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Synergy WorldWide

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