The goal for this project was to completely revamp Brooklyn’s travel blog, which at the time was only a single page and lacked a strong brand identity. I created a multi-page blog with dynamic content so that it would still be easy to manage but allow her room to grow. I also integrated lots of colour into the blog, matching the fun, playful tone of her writing.
This website was created to show potential clients how I might design a travel blog. It includes several dynamic features and unique add-ons. As this is a multi-page site with several blog posts, I had to pay careful attention to the details and ensure that the branding was cohesive. The website also features a clean, modern design and clear calls to action.
This website was designed for a tour operator offering weekend trips to students around Europe. It includes an internal booking system and blog. The booking system allows clients to choose from multiple dates and various inclusions. The tour operator hoped to specifically attract adventurous students, much consideration was given to the colour pallete and messaging.
This website was created for Ailana Images, a family-run photography business looking to upgrade their outdated website. A lot of attention was paid to the portfolio pages to showcase their work. Within a few days of the new website going live, Ailana Images received their first direct booking online — a huge milestone for a business that had always relied on word of mouth up until that point.
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