BEER STORK CRAFT BEER WEBSITE DESIGn
Beer Stork’s aim is to bring you the best brews, from the best breweries, straight to your door every day. Dan from Beer Stork had a logo but it soon became clear that there were several issues with their website which are quite common of sites that haven’t been professionally designed.
Since launching their new brand look and website (four months ago at the time of writing), average monthly sales have more than doubled. The investment in a new site has paid for itself in this time.
A quirky illustrated beer can dance gives a cheeky and welcoming open to the homepage along with carefully chosen fonts to convey personality. Colours cleverly reflect the different types of beer from Stout beer to Ruby Ale.
I had a few meetings with different people to see what they could do for my website. They all had different ideas but Charlotte at Creative Wilderness made it feel like she understood what I was going for straight from the start.
The mood boards were great for me to understand how my website would look without having to imagine it. It made the whole process less stressful for me as I could see what she was trying to achieve.
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