Finally, Amperbranch.com is launched! Well, there is still some odd and ends I need to take care of, but it's operational. There is only the print up for sale right now, but it should grow with some more products soon.
about 1 year ago
Ah, well done, Ryan. It looks fantastic. Congrats!
This is amazing! Congrats!
So simple. Clean. Perfect. Great job.
YAY! Just ordered my print! This is full of lovely, Ryan.
Gorgeous website! Only thing I'd wish would be for the wallpaper to be on a much darker background. Pretty hard to use as it is now.
@Thanks everyone and thanks @Maria Frey for the order!
@Paul Ungureanu Great feedback. I was planning on providing a couple of different version in the near future.
Stunning website! Congrats!
love the favicon ryan, nice job and congrats on the launch!
Lovely site - great work!
Loving the email address
First, I preface the following statements by saying I'm totally just curious and I think what you've done for this is visually amazing.
I guess I've always wondered if creating mini-brands/mini-sites for single pieces of art like this is really worth the time and effort. Will this sell well enough to make it worthwhile? I guess a better question is, are you even worried about selling it or do you get totally stoked on the process and the labor of love to create something beautiful like this?
Great, can't wait to have it on my desktop :)
@Chris Wallace! Awesome question! I've actually thought about it a great deal. I've also chatted a bunch with other designers about their opinions so I think it a fun to talk about.
To be honest, I more enjoy the process of creating a small product compared to worrying about a solid business plan. For me, most of these brands are pretty inexpensive to get started and maintain. I pretty much do everything so it really comes down to how much time I want to put into it. I really don't have to sell that many to break even and if I just break even, that's fine with me. If sales are good, I have some ideas to branch (no pun intended) out into other Amperbranch products like t-shirts. I won't go overboard, but I'm not looking to strike it rich with Amperbranch.
So for me it's worth it because there's not that much upfront cost, a chance to make some decent extra income, I create a product I care about, and it gives me more practice in areas I love (brand, design, and illustration).
I would love to hear what everyone else thinks!
I've done the mini-brand thing with a couple projects. It's been successful sometime, and sometimes not. I've never regretted it because as you say, Ryan, it's also about learning and growing skills.
This looks great and congrats on the launch! I love the wooden iPhone.
beautiful, what a lovely design. footer font is very heavy on PC chrome btw
Congrats on the launch man! Beautiful site and beautiful print. Can't wait to buy more products from this store.
Okay, honest question. What's the deal with the ampersand? Between this and ugmonk from Jeff Sheldon ... what am I missing?
Really nice work.
I love this!! Does your Mid-Century Modern crate allow one to make a Twitter and Facebook icon like that? They are beautiful!
@Renee Swigert The crate has some wood styles but not exactly like the Amperbranch ones.
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