This collection of projects demonstrates the diversity of website design requirements and general marketing plans for small to medium businesses across different industries.
This Wordpress site features site search and a custom inventory API. The taller format lends well to the vast amount of product data. This site is mobile friendly (responsive) including the huge number of product tables.
Although this is a brochure site, it was designed with some dynamic features that allow for rapid growth. The site is built with Drupal 7 framework and is configured to support mobile viewports and to be easily updated. This site targets a highly technical customer base in search of industry specific solutions. It is not a geotargeted site.
This is a high-end brochure site built in Wordpress. It featres a broad product line that crosses several industries. A key element of this site is the resource library of technical research documents and product details. It features recent upcoming conferences and webinars, email campaigns and associated landing pages.
This design showcases the value of contemporary, mobile first design philosophy. This site features a significant amount of technical resource information in a clean and crisp format. Although this is a brochure site, it provides details into the process of the services provided. It also serves as a summary of technical publications by the company. These types of lists are easily managed with today's available CMS frameworks.
Fully mobile, with infinite scroll and parallax design, this site integrates with online booking and allows the business owner to manage constant updates and special offers in Wordpress. The site features images first to appeal to the traveler who values the quality of the ride.
A great example of a portfolio site featuring installations and available products, this site ties to Pinterest to allow potential clients to save ideas during their product research. Ask me about the differences about social media campaigns for this industry.
Although it fits many of the criteria of a brochure site it would be more accurate to call it a portfolio site that is actively used to display landscape success stories and ideas for prospective clients. It is an opportunity to showcase skills and certifications of the landscape designer as well as his geographic operating area. Many clients ask why not show before and after shots. Ask me and I will explain.
The Hood Grub restaurant is in South San Francisco in the back of the Broken Record Bar. When the owners of the Vine in Niles expanded to this location they upgraded everything from the artwork to the menu to appeal to the locals. They asked for a simple site that featured the food and the mood. And as with most restaurant websites, mobile-ready and client maintainable are the two top priorities.
This restaurant and patio bar offers catering and special events so it is a great candidate for a calendar on the front page that is easy to manage for any of the staff. It is also a great example of a client-maintained site. The Vine regularly updates their menu, calendar and press pages. The warm and textured design of this site sets a tone that reflects the eclectic dining and socializing experience that the owners embrace.
Joes Corner is an Italian deli and bar in the Historic District of Niles. The goal of this site design was to capture the essence of this fabulous historic site while promoting this great little eatery. The Wordpress framework allows for the restauranteur to easily update the current featured soup and sandwich specials as well as the extensive specialty beer list. The Facebook feed on the front page of this site offers a sense of community even to those who are not "facebook-ers."
This is a very basic brochure site for a local soap artisan. The goal of this site design was to capture the sense of a spa day and the artistic nature of their soap making process. Pamela Soap focuses on high quality natural ingredients and offers a selection of gifts for personal pampering. This site also features an introductory level shopping cart.
Sometimes the simplest design is the best choice for a brochure site that is so rich with imagery. The Belvoir is one of Fremont's gems with an historic building and beautiful gardens for weddings, corporate events or community meetings. This site serves as a respository of historic articles and images as well as an advertisement for room rentals and event space. This site might be more accurately called a chronical.