Vineyard web design

Harley Wines

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Harley Wines is a “supplier driven import co-operative” of South African wine to the UK market.

They requested a full eCommerce vineyard website to sell produce directly to consumers, cutting out the need for a go-between retailer.

The web design needed to clearly define areas for each winery and produce type, along with a wholesaler secure website zone. Landscape images from each location were incorporated with a suable "instagram" effect to assist visitors in navigating the site, and to give impact to the homepage and vineyard headers.

Wine tasting note infographics were created to work with the colour scheme and sit alongside the large, clean wine bottle images to give an instant indication of flavour in a unique format.
I gave Richard a very vague brief about how we wanted the general feel for the Harley Wines website and said it'd have to please various parties and that this could lead to a lot of back and forth as we tried to please everyone.While it did lead to a lot of back and forth Richard was patient and helpful throughout, and I never waited long for any response or changes from his end while he had to often wait patiently while I got the green light from various members on my end.

However not once did anyone on my end ask for changes to the style or layout of the website and it's had nothing but praise since it's launch.

Considering we did not have a clear idea of what we needed Richard got the sense of the company and really captured the spirit in a wonderfully laid out and user friendly website. I cannot recommend him highly enough!

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