Sun & Moon
Digitalization of permaculture design and forest garden! I’m kidding :D. This was so much fun, creating an informative website about a local project whose main interest is to create sustainable living on 1 acre of land. We worked with Diana, whose illustrations made this website just perfect.
Creating a one-page website with beautiful illustrations from Diana
⬤ 01. Challenges
Bringing a constant audience
of engaged users to get more
info about the project.
Providing information but also getting constant engamgement of users brings a challenge: how to get viewers to subscribe?
The focus was on getting users’ emails on the mailing list to continue communication on a weekly basis.
⬤ 02. Experience
brought an effective way
of story telling.
Our main focus was to tell the story of the Sun & Moon garden and bring useful information to their viewers. We wanted to bring this information to life with unique illustrations that tell the story of this project.
Giving out information was crucial, and we used a clean look with strong and big headlines to emphasize all the important stuff.
We wanted to portray the website as a forest, hence we used green and brown colors to bring about the feeling of a tree. Because the site’s focus is on providing information, pastel green made the bold brown font stand out.
The background has this faded white look with lots of grain! We used grain to bring about an analog feeling, which we felt was a great punch to the whole digital side of the site.
This time we wanted the headline and body font to be super similar but to also feel the difference in design. We achieved this by using Space Grotesk with Roboto.
We love Roboto as it is super easy to read and it is not as wide as some clean fonts. This was an excellent choice for adding a clean read to the site.
⬤ 03. Mobile Experience
Easy to read on
all devices, especially
on mobile phones.
This is a website I've always wanted to have with custom illustrations. This is the website of my dreams. It looks so good. I love the analog vibe and color palette. Once again, the illustrations just brought the whole thing together. Amazing job. "