1940’s Website Design for The Kitchen Front in Bude

I have been working with The Kitchen Front for several years now which meant it was an obvious choice for Clair to use myself for a website refresh.

One of the criticisms of the previous website, was that Clair wasn’t able to update it easily with new events, resulting in customers being unable to keep up to date with her latest events and workshops. We both decided that it was time to change the backend content management system to WordPress; thus allowing Clair to easily update the new website’s products and manage its content.

Whilst updating the backend of the system, a complete overall of the design was also agreed. However, while refreshing a website’s design is usually relatively easy, this particular style proved to be challenging. Clair had a certain theme in her head which I had to replicate.  I had to keep thinking – old fashioned, sewing, tea parties, fairy cakes and above all girly. After several tweaks, we achieved the design, exactly as requested.

As you can see from this project, whatever the design requests, I aim to please the client even if it requires several iterations. Click here to get in touch and discuss your requirements.

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Dean is a grafter, a self taught hard working and proactive developer, I have followed his career development since graduation and would have no hesition in recommending him, his online portfolio is an indication of his capabilities and evidence of his tenacity

Dan Livingstone - Associate Professor - Interactive Systems, Plymouth University