I wanted to make a website as I wanted it to be an all-rounded project, not just making two random films. I wanted the website to be clean and minimalistic, to reflect the minimalistic clothing within the brand. I really enjoyed making the website, and would love to make more in the future as a platform to put on my work. I will definitely start a blog soon and will probably develop it into something more over time.
I’m happy with the overall outcome of the website. However, there were a few problems. One of which was that because I was editing on my MacBook (17 inches) when I then looked at the website on the iMac’s in college, everything was a different size, so I had to constantly resize and check how it looked so it would be presented well at the Tetley Exhibition.
The front page of the website.
The “About” page.
Interview with the brand’s co-ordinator, with links the brand’s Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
The “contact” page. The image is the Metrolink map in Manchester, which runs through Manchester, with the address of the brand photoshopped into the centre.
The “shop” page. Disappointed at this page – should have spent a lot more time on it. Struggled to make a very nice clean page, as the photography of the clothes were quite different from one another, and there wasn’t that many products to put on it. I made this using the “shop” widget on the website, which wasn’t very good, I couldn’t edit the gallery too much.
The “radio” page.
The “behind the scenes” page. Moonfruit wouldn’t let me embed YouTube videos onto the page directly, so alternatively, I had to screenprint the beginning of each film and had to link it to the YouTube videos.
The “film” page.