As a new website and business, Padlar had no existing online presence and needed a 'hub' that acted as the point for both promotion and sale of products.
To stand out a bit, the client (hey Andy!) wanted a 'typing' animation on the homepage to help showcase different locations and industries that a Padlar can be useful in.
The overall website and business focus meant we pushed things with the design a little bit, still using big imagery but overlapping text and images to create some visual interest.
The eCommerce website design side of things is handled by Shopify Lite, which following a short training session, the client now fully maintains (and actually assisted in the Shopify setup).
Overall, while straightforward, the Padlar website achieves the goal of being the online home for the products facilitating both more information and a selling point.
If you're interested in following along with Padlar's journey, jump on board their Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/padlarbeveragepaddles/
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