Jen's existing website required an update that allowed her to sell her books online and more easily manage the site. The previous platform was a fixed template, that meant any basic updates needed to be done through an external provider. The shop was also a broken experience for visitors.View live project
The FTLOR website launched in February 2018.
In total, this project took two weeks to turn around due to some external requirements from the client to have a functioning shop and website - a challenge accepted by the Domin8 Designs team.
We love the look and feel of the FTLOR site, that doesn't stray too far beyond a basic setup but introduces moments of enchantment here and there.
Colours matched the consistent themes of the existing site and Jen's books.
The backend setup integrates directly with Shopify. Domin8 Designs has provided ongoing tutorials to the client in order for her to be able to add and update content to the website herself, however knowing that Dominic isn't ever far away to assist.
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State-wide not for profit company Liviende Veranto engaged Domin8 Designs to develop a short video, highlighting their new space for young people with a disability - the Zone.View project