A full redesign of Franz Bakery's website. It was a roller coaster solo effort that involved learning countless new skills, such as how to dynamically load information thrgough a jSON database.
A simple site for a simple product. The bread contains only the most essential ingredients, and the site reflects that cleanliness.
I try to make my favorite things. Good beer is one of my favorite things, so I make, well, average beer (for now). But I made this site to help people who have never brewed before get their feet wet with a really fun hobby!
Date: September 2018 - March 2019
Role: Sole participant. Responsible for concept, prototype, web design, UI design, analytics, upkeep.
Objectives: Stakeholders' primary request was overall site beautification. Specifically:
Method: Give the project's constraints, in order to stay on track and keep stakeholders happy, my design process was extremely streamlined.
Result: Because the old site had no analytics tracking in place, and because neither site sold product, it was difficult to measure the success of the redesign. The best gauge has thus been user feedback.
Date: January 2018 - March 2018
Objectives: Educate consumers.
Method: This one was pretty straightforward.
Result: The breadth of information on the site has resulted in very few bread related questions from the 'Ask A Baker' form. Most of the feedback we get is from customers thanking us for making a great product that they can trust!
A longtime dream realized. Me, my backpack, and my unwavering determination to master Thai cooking.
Designed websites, brand identities, clothing, logos, email campaigns and more for an eclectic roster of mostly local Portland clients.
Created by Ari Kogan in 2020