Maestro Template Designer

   PlatformApplicable to all products in Temenos Journey Manager.  |   Template Designer

A Journey Template Designer is responsible for creating and maintaining templates in Journey Maestro. A template is the foundation of a form. It defines the form look-and-feel as well as components, which is based on requirements provided by a client. The template also dictates what elements can be accessed and modified by a Form Builder.

The Template Designer creates an initial template based on discussions with the client’s UXUser experience (UX) design is the process of creating products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users. This involves the design of the entire process of acquiring and integrating the product, including aspects of branding, design, usability, and function. design team. The Template Designer uses various libraries and IDEIntegrated Development Environment. for building and modifying the templates. The Maestro template designer interface is the IDE, which allows the Template Designer work with assets, resources and libraries.

A Template Designer does not focus on the form's content - this is the role of a Form Builder- nor are they concerned with the user’s journey. However, some specific content may be added to a template. Such content is considered template content and is used across most, if not all, forms based on the template. Template content may include the content within modal pages or dialogs, such as the submission confirmation modal page.

Example tasks of a Template Designer include:

  • Creating a custom template, including the placeholder template
  • Managing style libraries within the Maestro project and organization
  • Creating component styles for use in Maestro applications
  • Creating brands that can be applied in the Maestro form

Prerequisite Skill set of a Template Designer

Objectives and Goals of a Template Designer

  • Review and analysis design specifications for use in the Maestro template.
  • Ensure best practices are followed when new styles and templates are created.
  • Ensure accessibility requirements are met.

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