When your images sell your products and services a portfolio site is a must
Emily’s custom gown website EdieKaye.com featured a gorgeous splash page image. But she wanted her customers to be able to learn more about her and her business without leaving her homepage. Her customer journey would start by showcasing her beautiful gowns and then sharing about herself and finally inviting them to her portfolio.
Making a website that looks great on every device
Press play on the video above to see how this website looks on a cell phone.
Busy brides do much of their initial web scouting from their phones so it was very important that the EdieKaye.com website looked just as good on mobile as it did on a desktop.
Building the customer journey with strategically placed images and enticing calls to action
The customer journey was really important to Emily because she know how much the right wedding dress forms the center of a bride’s deeply personal wedding story. A bride needs to have an immense amount of confidence in the designer’s ability to entrust in them her lifelong gown dreams.
Building a solid customer journey, we designed the site to guide the bride from Portfolio gazing to first Contact using gorgeous, strategically placed imagery and enticing calls to action.
See the full website at: http://ediekaye.com/