Vicky, owner of the Life Empowerment Project, had decided to level up her business website.
Her old site lacked energy and didn't represent the full offerings that Vicky had - so we supported her shift.
Being the face of the company, Vicky provided us with amazing headshots that we used alongside her new branding. We re-did her color scheme, font selections, and streamlined her website to help visitors convert into paying clients.
The touches of handwritten text mixed with modern fonts provides comforting and appealing detail. The colors are more luxurious, yet fun with the addition of the salmon orange.
Vicky's site now looks like her. It matches her unique personality and her business looks professional, polished, and honest.
A website with touches of glitz, femininity, and lux...
Ashley Kaylor's site is unlike the typical matchmaker's. Instead of the cutesy hearts and pink cupids, it embodies exactly the style that her audience is looking for. It's not over the top with florals - you know the sites that look like they're in a purgatory of a 3rd grader's valentine's day card collection?
Ashley Kaylor's website was approached with clean minimalism in mind. The gold leaf detail, a favorite of Ashley's, give the site the extra oomph to take over the world.
The goal: A website and digital brand with a modern and minimalistic feel - not at all cliche matchmaker (meaning no cupids, hearts, and pink arrows)! Check these goals off because this site looks spectacular.
Most of it is set on a white background with simplistic text and borders. The gold leaf touches - especially on main headlines - brings out the lux styling of the brand.
My favorite part: The gold leaf is used in only a few places. This makes it a great way to highlight the important things while not making the website gaudy or off-putting.
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A site that's fun and the essence of art...
Melissa Ayotte, owner of Painted Path Art Therapy was an amazing client that is passionate about the work she does. She wanted a site that was fun, colorful and eye-catching without feeling too child-like or cliche.
The color scheme was kept vibrant with the plum as the main color. We used images of actual (patient approved) artwork and used a seamless design for the site.