Project Description

Art Portfolio & Online Store

Design of an art gallery and e-commerce website for Eva Trabszo.

01

Overview

ABOUT

Eva Trabszo, an artist from Poland living in London was interested in sharing her artwork with the world and opening an online store to sell her drawings and merchandise. Collaborating with Eva, I have designed a portfolio website with an e-commerce platform. I helped Eva plan, design, develop, and launch her website using WordPress and Woocommerce. Visit the site.

SCOPE

Strategy
Prototyping
Web Design
Web Development
E-commerce

YEAR

2020

02

Planning

After the initial discussion with the client, I defined the requirements for the project. Eva wanted to use her website to show her artwork, tell about herself, answer frequently asked questions, post her past and future events, sell her drawings and merchandise, and provide contact information. We also discussed what are her inspirations and favorite designs to be able to visualize the concept early.

03

Site Map

Following our discussion, I have created a sitemap to map out the pages and the content required for Eva to prepare. The site content was divided into static and dynamic: Artworks, Products, Events.

04

Wireframes

Choosing from different options, we decided to organize the content into a grid layout as it gave each of Eva’s works its own place on the page.

05

Design

The design of the website is kept simple and elegant, concentrating the attention on Eva’s drawings. Home page, contrasting with the rest of the site, functions as a photo gallery for artwork in use, quick introduction, and a call to action to contact for commissions. The minimalistic design allows for seamless browsing and shopping experience.

HOME
DRAWINGS
CART
ABOUT
STORE 1
STORE 2
06

Outcomes

The work on the project was a collaborative effort of myself and Eva. The website has been published recently and the client was very satisfied with her new online portfolio – “You were able to amazingly express me in this project”. Visit the website here.

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