I was fortunate enough to help Soma Water concept their latest website to show off their new product that's going to change the way we filter water.
Soma sells the most innovative water filter and carafe available today. Fast Company calls it the #1 design story of the year. With their simple subscription service, they mail you fresh filters every two months. Not only that, but they are teaming up with Charity: Water to help get water across the world to people in need. Every filter you buy helps bring clean, safe drinking water to those in need, through their partners at Charity: Water.
You can check out the full project at http://www.behance.net/gallery/Soma-Water/10957323
3 months ago
Producing the goods again! Love the in-situ shots too! Beautiful stuff - I am sure the client is thrilled!
Brilliant display of info !
very cool and lovely!
This is really nice!
I like more the version on Behance where is the menu, logo and login/order button aligned on the left side.
Would love to know the font you've used for the headings. Looks awesome!
Is it responsive?
The product page is sick. Great work @Dann Petty!
I've seen this product, looks great. I love what you've done with the site.
Illustrations (3d renderings?) need more work. It wants to be realistic (a photo of a flower pot in the background really suggest it's all a photo), but it just looks like a vector illustration with gradients.
At least try matching perspective http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles/56780/projects/10957323/c6d3cff67cb84c7fc36db42a90f07117.jpg
Beautiful work. Can't comment on the 3d illustrations, since that's not my expertise, but the layouts and nav treatments are lovely.
@Dann Petty Damn. Super solid!
Great work Dann!
Great stuff Petty. Love seeing you get involved in a great cause!
Very well done, Dann.
@Mike Hall I believe it's Montserrat
@Anton Kudin those were cheap quick renderings (i didn't do them) in the concepts shown, check out the site for the real 3d renderings.
@Dann Petty Got it!
Very nice indeed!
That nozzle looks all too familiar.
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