I approached Design Hero with a rough spec for the website, he took my brief and came up with a great design: easy to navigate and exactly what I needed at a very reasonable cost.
I designed a start website for the business, when Tweetiepie Media was first starting off, expanding her online presence and reputation all over Inverclyde, Glasgow and Argyll & Bute.
The website was a single page scrolling mini website, perfect for small business who want an online presence without breaking the bank.
Tweetiepie Media has since developed their own website inhouse, but the original starter website can be seen below
The site built on themes around the brand using imagery of eggs, birds and nests to liven the site. I designed the mini website as one continuous scrolling page with faded bird tracks leading the user down the page. Large blocks of text were broken up by bespoke graphics.
I designed custom social media links for the website with hover actions based around Tweetiepie Media’s brand and a prominent call to action.
I presented all information on the site in a vibrant and exciting way which draws the eye of the user and encourages users to read more.
The Site footer contained a dynamic enquiry form and a Twitter feed directly linking to Tweetiepie Media‘s own twitter account to keep the site constantly refreshed with new content.
I helped Lizzy with a number of graphic design projects over the years, including a flyer advertising her initial services when the business first started.
Design Hero created an A4 flyer which advertises and promotes the services of Tweetiepie Media, namely social media and marketing services. This included design of bespoke graphics and icons which communicate the company process, and tables for clearly displaying price plans.