As happens every year, I was once again asked to create a Christmas themed site for our users/customers. The idea behind the site is to present the services, catalogues, videos and store directory for easy consultation.
This is one of our biggest campaigns so it was important to create the best experience possible. The images presented were from the catalogues and posters and I had to find the best way of bringing it all together.
Due to increasing mobile users I decided to experiment with something Responsive. My go to tool was Twitter Bootstrap which I have been experimenting with lately, but this was my first time using it on the company website and on a live site.
Overall the results were positive, I feel that I do have to make some tweaks for future use, but the feedback has been positive so far.
Client: El Corte Inglés (http://elcorteingles.pt)
Formats: Responsive Minisite
Tools/skills: Photoshop | Illustrator | HTML | CSS | Jquery | Twitter Bootstrap
Responsibilities: Design | Art Direction | Implementation
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