Finished the redesign of Sewbaby’s website. The project had some interesting requirements. First, the design had to make minimal changes to the layout, just a re-skinning. Since the site was still running on tables, some tweaks were made (such as combining the various navigation menus) since the layout would need to be recoded anyway. Other requirements included square thumbnails for the category pages, use of their brand font (Curlz), and maintaining their niche market with sewing grandmothers while expanding the audience to younger mothers. The client also expressed interest in a header that incorporated flowers made of hearts to echo the logo, and space for advertisements.
Now it’s up to the programmer to bring it to life!