The world of website design is constantly evolving and every project brings new challenges and ideas. Its our job to rise to such challenges.
Client: Challas Hog Roast
The client required a fresh website design to compliment the branding already produced by Chew Design at an earlier stage. The branding was rolled out onto the website design, providing it with an easy lift in colour and identity.
The design, like the brand had to be eye catching and fun. This would enable a successful promotion of the core values of this food business. Key to the website’s success was the integration of a number of trageted quoet forms which would be easy to use and send. This would speed up the quote system and ultimately make it easier for the business and their clients to interact with each other.
Client: 360 Real Estate
The client required a website design that not only provided information about its business model, that being property sales but also listed properties for sale. The website had to present a large amount of information in a relatively short screen space about each property so the potential customer could understand every aspect clearly and quickly.
The website’s success lies in its presentation in the property page. The page presents each property in a professional, clean layout, complete with photos and details needed for any customer making up their minds about making such an important purchase.
Client: Hype Urban Sports Store
Hype required a website design that would appeal to its core customer. It was a popular store amongst teenagers and bmx afficionados and hence had to appeal to their tastes. The website would also have to deliver large amounts of information for each product offered and an easy to use interface for purchasing these items.
The result was a well laid out design which could cope with all the demands of eccomerce transactions and the browsing habits of a teenage audience. Colours are dark with an underground feel, yet areas that present key product information have a white background.
The balance in design lay with presenting a very graphical feel to the website yet also allowing products and key information to breathe and over powered. The result was a pleasant shopping experience for the teenagers and a rise in sales for the business.
Fresh food delivery company that required a teaser website design before full launch of their concept. We delivered a website and branding design created with the idea of rolling it out over the client’s product packaging, stationary and visual design.
The brand would essentially become their ‘calling card’ and ultimately make it easier for customers to connect with this new business. The website also included a sign up form for customers that were interested in this new food company and wanted to know more. Tones of green became important in providing the overall message of the business.
Client: Marie Parke Artist
Artist Marie needed a website to further promote her excellent paintings. After exhibiting paintings in galleries she wanted an online presence. We designed a website which works to promote her art.
The design is simple yet effective. It is minimal and allows each painting to breathe within the space provided by the website layout. Branding the website from the start had a clear objective.
A clean, simple logo design would help promote the artist and get the message accross that the important iamages and information on the website was the work of the artist. The brand and website design helped promote this idea and effectively gave the client the website she needed.