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Website . Visionaire Lighting

BRIEF

Take the current design, and bring the content up to date.
Then freshen it up to match our product guide,
and add a few more sections.

Category = Graphic Design / Web


 

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CLIENT

Visionaire Lighting

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PROJECT TITLE

Performance in a Whole New Light

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DESCRIPTION

Website

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ROLES

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ART DIRECTOR
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
PHOTOGRAPHER
WRITER
WEB MASTER[/list][/column]
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TOOLS

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DREAMWEAVER
PHOTOSHOP
LIGHTROOM
ILLUSTRATOR
FLASH
CANON DIGITAL REBEL SLR[/list][/column]
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SOLUTION

WEBSITE

Fun Facts

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There are literally hundreds of pages to this outdoor lighting manufacturer’s website, with one for every product, project, press release and piece of literature (if you’ll please pardon the onomatopoeia?).
It was created and maintained with Dreamweaver, and much of the coding for it was done by my hand. I also shot the majority of the products pictured, and wrote many of the descriptions.
This site is updated nearly daily with changes and links to the important documents, like cut sheets and sell sheets and IES files — that this company’s Rep force need access to.
The original red of the site was removed, and the inside product sections were color-coded to match the Product Ordering Guide’s Style Guide.
This is not my idea of a great-looking website. It is my idea of a highly-functional website that serves a business-to-business community well.
Now that a healthy majority of the content has been brought up to speed; I would next focus on re-designing it.
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