The client wanted something that was similar to their sister company’s website that would hold information on the products that they offer and show content that would enable the growth of their industry. This content included videos and articles about aquaculture and the products that they stock. They also wanted the site to be responsive and mobile friendly.
- Ideas, Research, Concept & Planning
- Custom Catalog & Pages
- Custom jQuery & CSS Animations & Transitions
Project Duration: 1 month
The client was already full swing into business and had taken care of their logo and identity. They also had an idea of what they wanted and how their site had to look.
With that, I set out to design their website. They wanted a rotator on the front page to show off their featured products and also to link to other parts of their website. We had also listed their services and displayed their latest blog post and video on the landing page.
We also custom coded individual pages to hold their videos and blog posts and another to display all their information. Another addition was the client did not want to use Woocommerce as they felt that they didn’t need an online store as they were not planning to sell anything online. Instead, they wanted a custom catalogue to hold and display their product information. So for this function, I had to delve into a bit of my knowledge on custom posts, custom fields and custom categories. This was extremely crucial as the data they were inputting were all not standard fields that were available for WordPress.