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When you land on the Mother creative agency website, you see no branding. I felt lost like I’d landed on the wrong website. The navigation at the bottom is clumsy and disorganised.
There is no appeal to me for this creative agency at all. Nothing visually grabs me or gets me excited to further look into. Images aren’t equal size and padding around text boxes is too tight to be clear and readable.
I love the simplicity of the branding on this creative agency. Good navigation to get stuck into.
Apart from a lenthy name logo I can’t quite get my head around for a creative agency, at least you are first hit with big images and some moving imagery. So it grabbed me straight off. Bold clean fonts and space used through out their pages made it easy to navigate the content. And I really liked the simple color palette with colors that complemented each other – Important. A cleanly designed site I enjoyed looking around in.
Ticks all the boxes for me this creative agency. Great branding, good use of fonts, lovely color palette, easy to navigate around, grabs your attention, feels confident with well thought out wire framing of the site. It’s simple on the eye and gives you all the right info you need first off to then want to look deeper into the agency. Over all I feel confident this agency could deliver the finish product I would be after.
For our final project we had to create an interactive showcase to host our individual profiles with links to our portfolio websites. Also we had to create a professional proposal as if we were pitching to a client for the showcase. With a fun movie theme we chose to be called Star Wars The Last Jedi Web Warriors. Little did we know that 6 weeks later the new star wars film was called Star Wars The Last Jedi, so we were on the right track – freaky! We created our showcase using Adobe Muse which could handle all the interactions of the Jedi’s Light sabers animations, movie and graphics we needed to throw at this to make it as close to the film as possible. It had to be convincing!
Adding my face to an existing Jedi image and using Star Wars like themes I was able to create myself as a Jedi and my landing page all about me for the show case.
Taking little design ideas along the way, which you will recognise through out this blog, I’ve created my a name for myself as well as a website showing all my work. Use the link above to see my sight and also see it planned out in wire frame view below.