One of the clients I recently worked with is Artist and Creativity Coach Cheryl Taves. We’ve just launched Cheryl’s Artist website and her Coaching website. This was an exciting project as we wanted to make sure that her two brands worked well together. The fonts are from the same family and the colours draw from the same palette – everything is cohesive and polished.
My little design-nerd-brain is happy when everything clicks together, looks so damn good, and my clients feel excited and confident about sharing their work.
I build very clean minimalist websites for artists using Squarespace. I believe the design should take a step back and let your work be the feature. Overbuilt and clever websites are boring and I don’t think you should make anyone have to work to find out more about you, how to get in touch, and most importantly how to see your art.
I encourage everyone to have a social media presence and I can help you get set up. (You have an instagram account right? Every artist needs an instagram account.)
If you’d like to see more examples of my work I can send you directly to some sites that I’ve had something to do with.
Mostly I want to hear from you and understand the story of your art. Tell me about who responds to it, and what you need from that audience. Then we’ll make a plan to convey that through word and image and design, so that in the end all that’s left is how the viewer feels about the work, and what they’re going to do with that feeling.
Let’s make this happen together.