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How leighQ started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Apparel company. Clothes for girls/women ages 15-25.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
Logo, colors, font and overall style: We have attached a brand guide with our brand colors and our logo and type. We would like our site to have a retro feel to it. We see our logo as having a retro-feel, so be sure to match the logo above all else. We would like a mature and simple layout, geometric and clean. Not childish!
Photography: Please use placeholder photography from the instagram of Emma Chamberlain (link here: https://www.instagram.com/_emmacham…ain/?hl=en ).
Our website will be 3 pages. The first will be selling 5 clothing items: a skirt, a shirt, a jacket, pants, and a scrunchie. The second will be selling 5 - 50 vintage items (we will launch the website with 5, and want the ability to add up to 45 more over time). The third page will tell the founder story, through a photograph of our young founder, and two paragraphs of text.
Homepage: SHOP: The copy across the top of the page should read "High Key by Emma Chamberlain". This is the shop page for our 5 clothing products. Please use placeholder images for now but know that we will need to be able to swap out these images for our product photography. Our product photography will be the clothing items and accessories on a model. Note that most shop pages have more than 5 products, so we will want to be sure that these 5 products look substantial and the page does not look incomplete just because there are only a few SKUs. Include a small area for text by each of the 5 clothing items for their description. Be aware that there is no "add to cart" ability on this website. Each product will link to an app where the user will be able to check out with the item. Take a look at the referenced website "maddiestyle.com" for an example of this. Also there are no additional sizes or colors available for any of the styles. Since there are just these three pages for the website, the navigation words across the top of the page should read "Shop" "Thrift" "Hi! Emma Chamberlain".
2nd Page: THRIFT: The second page will be one with one-of-a-kind vintage items. We will display the items that are for available for sale and the items that are already sold. These will need some kind of demarkation that they are sold out, but we still want the product photos there so people can see what items were once for sale. Again, it will be necessary to use stand-in or stock photos for these, and it must be possible for us to easily drop in our product photography once we take it.
3rd page: HI! EMMA CHAMBERLAIN: This is our founder story page. We want to have a photo of the fashion line founder and a couple of paragraphs of text in which she will describe her line and her vision and who she is. This page should also include links out to her YouTube, Instagram and SnapChat.
What to avoid
To reiterate: We do not want the airy, pastel, overly feminine look of Maddie Style's site.
Please refer to our attachments for our brand guide and logo. Use of different shades of the palette colors is highly encouraged.