What We Designed:
The official website for Creative Dissent must reflect modern creative thought, so we chose a clean and minimalist look for the entire page.
The site opens with a large animated photo header that depicts a brief description of what Creative Dissent is about. In the header’s bottom center is an arrow that scrolls down to the photo gallery that features the project’s discussions. Each photo links to another photo gallery depicting each discussion’s participants, and the gist of that conversation.
Under this section you’ll find photos of the project’s founders, Keith Frankel and Ritchie Stewart. Their photos also link to their respective personal pages.
Finally, a large contact form and email caps off the page.
At the top of the page is a brief main menu that links to each of the page’s sections. When you first open the website or click on a link directing to another page, the screen becomes pure white with the Creative Dissent logo serving as the loading image.
The entire website was built on the WordPress Queens portfolio theme, which is mobile-responsive and retina-ready. We picked a simple white and light gray color scheme to keep the entire look sophisticated yet conducive to creativity.
About Our Client:
Creative Dissent is an initiative by creative honchos Keith Frankel and Ritchie Stewart. Their project involves weekly philosophical discussions revolving on one concept, which six participants from the creative industry explore from various points of view.
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