STUDIOJQ website (style guide)

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  1. Jonathan Quintin Jonathan Quintin

    The STUDIOJQ website

    We wanted to develop our skills further on the website side of things 'being more of a graphic designer' so we downloaded a wordpress theme and have tweaked it in a way which it works well for our branding. Still so much to learn. One day we aim to design and build our own themes!

    Developing the gold and black theme and the Sans serif and signature styled typography.

    The aim is to get foil blocked collateral to compliment the website.
    Well, we are getting closer to the launch of the new site.
    Just not quite there yet, working flat out though :)

    Designed at STUDIOJQ©

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    8 months ago

  2. Arno Kathollnig Arno Kathollnig

    ... beautiful the use of calligraphy in the header!

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    8 months ago

  3. STUDIOJQ website (Our clients)

    Developing the gold and black theme for the clients we have worked with and logos designed (mixture)

    Designed at STUDIOJQ©

    8 months ago

  4. Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden

    Loving the gold! Always a great combo with black, looks really classy. Looking forward to seeing the finished site. It's hard to see in context here but could there be a bit more spacing at the top of the white section at the bottom? The 'STUDIOJQ is an independent design' line seems pretty tight up against that top edge.

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    8 months ago

  5. Matthew Haigh Matthew Haigh

    We do a lot of WordPress theme development for our clients, drop me a message sometime if you want some more info!

    Also if you log on into the admin section and go to the permalink settings you can get WordPress to produce pretty url's (e.g. www.studiojq.co/?page_id=278 vs. www.studiojq.co/our-clients) better for SEO etc. :)

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    8 months ago

  6. Jonathan Quintin Jonathan Quintin

    Thanks kindly @Matthew Haigh
    Thanks @Jonathan Ogden its not too bad on the final mockup / grid. thanks for the feedback.

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    8 months ago

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