I've provided wireframes and a sitemap.
Essentially we need three pages designed:
1. the homepage
2. a category page
3. an article
Check out the Asana Guide as an example of how we'd like the homepage layout to work - but also look at Lexer.io, as it should feel "part of the family".
The category page should also leverage the Asana Guide thinking, but is more of a guided list of pages.
Lastly the article page is heavy.
There'll be lots of text, images, and videos on each page.
With lists, "hot tip" breakouts, download boxes and links to other pages.
It's important the typography of these pages are amazing.
But please be sure to leverage Lexer's existing fonts and styles as much as you can.
The article page design should include examples of:
* headings of all levels
* bullet and numbered lists
* highlight boxes for warnings, facts, tips, and downloads
* code samples
* images (full width - we won't have any complex layouts)
Overall the site will be a very clean, responsive site, with clear focus on content and navigation.