I’d like to thank Design Hero for all the hard work and effort on our spanking new website. We are extremely proud and excited its a huge improvement, and helps us sell our bathrooms to customers.
Warewithall approached me to design a new website for their bathroom showroom and design business. The previous website was outdated and had been hacked, so a new website was a priority in order to create a good impression for clients in Greenock, Port Glasgow and Inverclyde.
From the homepage, I invited users to view manufacturer information, visit the showroom, or view the team’s credentials.
The website uses the existing visual style set by the brand identity, with large blocks of the company blue, as well as strong photography used in the background.
Team Photos are cut out of teardrops as negative space, and revealed upon hover for a high impact staff page to help customers put a face to the name and establish trust.
WareWithAll boasts a large number of manufacturers and partners, with a huge variety of products available. The website is designed to display these manufacturers in an easy to navigate grid which allows future flexibility for the addition of new manufacturers.
I designed a showcase portfolio is shown as a slideshow to display images from the project.
Key information is displayed in responsive tabs designed to fold away on smaller devices.
Warewithall are extremely proud of their new bathroom showroom in Greenock, and the website is designed to show this. The showroom is featured in a full-width slideshow, with directions to reaching the showroom below.
Clients are encouraged to contact WareWithAll using a variety of methods, and navigating to WareWithAll’s greenock showroom is made easier using the live interactive google map which has been restyled to match the visual style of the site.