The logo and the website Vanneries.be were realized 10 years ago.
The client is none other than my mother and I was - at that time - student in Webmaster at ISL.
So it was more than time to refresh the visual and - in particular - to adapt the website to the new technologies.
Logo 'De Saule et de Rotin'
This logo that evokes the handcraft and the manual aspect of Myriam Hemroulle's work, wickerworker.
A style far from traditional 'corporate' aspects, and whose graphics allow some engraving on wood and tin. Some 'Goodies' usually provided with the purchase of a basket or more.
New design of the website
Like every site I've developed, the website Vanneries.becomplies with W3C
standards for its own HTML and CSS.
Development of a new interactive gallery
I developed this gallery for my artistic site La-Dame-Noire.Com
so I decided to integrate it on her site. The gallery is fluid and adapts to different formats of screens.
For the 'xs' screens - less than about 580 px - the photos are simply displayed vertically on the page.
Web Responsive Design
On smartphones and tablets
The site is - of course - compatible for mobile devices and therefore fully Web Responsive. And it was initially developed for this purpose.
Since today, tablets, smartphones or "hybrid" models, constitute more than 50% of devices with which users connect and surf the Internet.
It is therefore more than important to have a website whose design and navigation are perfectly optimized for reduced screens.