Tangle Creations asked us to bring their brands to life on a new website focused on B2C. We used video to showcase some of their amazing brands while keeping the site simple and focused on driving sales.
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Andre De Grasse - Canada’s 100 and 200m sprinter and Olympic medalist needed a personal website to display his story and accomplishments.
I was asked to create one of the many concept designs for his official launch site which became the final choice.
I went with a deep red gradient behind the entire site to help signify his love and representation for Canada and decided to build in blocks that would flip with motion/animation when the user clicked on it - which would then share the particular details of that section. This would give the illusion of speed and movement.
W Studio was looking for a major facelift to their original, dated website that would appeal to their artistic and high profile client base.
We determined that a clean, sleek, easy to navigate, ‘white space’ look for their new site would give users the feeling and impression of being in the actual studio.
Inga is a Toronto based artist who was in need of a website that could showcase her work for a wide North American audience.
She craved a "gallery" experience for her visitors and wanted the focus to be on the art, the message and the experience of the visitor to the site.
I designed an intense, full screen look that captures her art and the visitors attention with large size images, little text except where necessary and imaginative motion in the gallery pages that gave the feeling of walking around an art gallery.
TI was building an intranet for their staff and members of the company.
I was given a few pages to build from scratch including a page that featured staff travel adventures and travel inspired articles.
They wanted to engage their staff members to submit photos and communicate with co-workers. I choose use images and use less text to draw the attention of the staff members - using travel photos and exciting articles. I chose to feature the submission request from the company as the first thing they see to the right of the recent article from a staff member.
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Shoppers Drug Mart, Canada’s leading retail drug store launched a campaign for women’s health and well-being.
Using the bright colours already built into the company logo, I went with a fruitful design that incorporated a fresh, colourful and open feel. With the various shades of blue creating an inviting feeling considering the various topics on health.
Visit: http://www.shoppersloveyou.ca/ (please note that site changes may have been made since original design)
Get Unwined needed a less templated, more custom look to cater to their target clientele. Something chic, modern, but most importantly, to entice visitors to stay on the site longer, browse more and ultimately make a purchase or signup for their mailing list.