Ozzy wanted a design that appealed to his customer’s passion for their motorcycles, and also conveyed his attention to detail and precise workmanship. He also needed customers to easily book a service through the website.
The award-winning workshop and precision workmanship are what sets Oz-racing apart from its competitors. Ozzy and his workshop therefore take centre stage in the website design. A booking login immediately appears without needing to scroll.
This project was a joint initiative commissioned by the Christian Science Reading Rooms in Queensland. They wanted to showcase all of the products offered, with some available to buy online.
The resulting WooCommerce store is clean, clear, comforting and inviting. Animations draw the eye to key ideas without becoming a distraction.
Pam needed a simple online store to accept orders from both retail and wholesale customers, and also to be found by online seekers.
The Woocommerce site easily enables different pricing for retail and wholesale customers. Blog posts were incorporated in order to respond to online searchers for dog muzzles. The layout is simple and clean, allowing the colourful product to become the focus.
The members of this church in Corona del Mar, Southern California, wanted a website with a bright, lively, beachy feel, that welcomed visitors with joy and non-judgment.
The colour scheme, images, and text were chosen to reach out and bring a sense of inclusivity to the website visitor, no matter who they are. Members provided many beautiful images of Corona del Mar.