WE THE DEE
Website – SEO
We the Dee knew that they wanted a bespoke package put together to suit the needs of their business.
We the Dee knew they wanted us to design a bespoke website from scratch. We decided to use the black, white and gold colour scheme to tie in with their existing branding.
This business knew that they wanted a website that represented their brand. Since we already had an idea of their aesthetic, we could base the themes of the website around their existing branding.
Once they were happy with the modern layout and the typography we selected, the basis of the design was finalised.
Before we started inserting the business’ information onto the site, we decided it would be best to place the images that they sent us, first. This way, we would have the layout of the site ready and we could place the information around it.
Once we had the images and the information on the site, We the Dee wanted to separate the site into multiple sections with a top menu to take you to each section on this single page site.
They also wanted a website that features a gallery of their images and past work, videos and links to their social media page.
We kept amending the site until they were completely happy with the design and the included information. Then the website was complete.
During the course of the project, we helped We the Dee to establish an online brand identity through their bespoke website.
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