The client reached out initially with some wireframes and well thought out, clear ideas for this very interesting project. What was needed was a solid brand and visual identity for FourFiveOh, along with web design and WordPress integration.
We held a productive three hour branding workshop in Berlin and learnt about the direction the client wanted to go in terms of colour scheme, look and feel and content structure.
Complete branding & style guidelines were produced following the workshop. As can be seen on the website, yellow was the predominant colour, with a clean, minimalist look and feel. We eventually settled on the "Work Sans" font.
The project also involved custom WordPress development for the "Share your experience" section, which allows for data to be collected via a step by step questionnaire process. This data is then displayed on each product detail page on the frontend.
Skills For FutureCorporate Design, Web Design, Logo, Branding, WordPress
MGICorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, WordPress
FourFiveOhCorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, WordPress
AppliftBranding, UX/UI Design, SEO
SCALERCorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, WordPress
The R&S GroupWebsite Design, WordPress, Custom Web Development
instagridUX, Website Design, WordPress, WooCommerce
Speakeasy SprachschuleCorporate Identity, UX, Website Design, WordPress, WooCommerce
StreamwerkeCorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, WordPress
Auen ImmobilienCorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, WordPress
Smart As AppsCorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, WordPress
NOA+GINGERCorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, Shopify, eCommerce
Kathrin FuchsCorporate Design, Branding, UX/UI, WordPress, Logo
OviavoCorporate Design, Logo, Web Design, Wordpress