The moderated usability study gave us a good idea of what the users were expecting for this site. When we analyzed the results, it turned out that there were only small changes in the content that needed to be adjusted before moving on to the visual design phase. The visual design was created in Photoshop, using the Microsoft brand standards but pushing the limit of it in order to feel more modern and innovative. We settled on a color palette of teal and yellow, setting us apart from other Microsoft sites that tended to be blue or red. On approval of the visual design, I created a style guide document and coded the main page template using HTML, CSS, and LESS so the client would have a guide when developing the remaining pages.