Process Post 6

When I began designing my website, I had a clear idea of what I wanted to achieve. I wanted to create a cohesive design that would tie all the pages together, but at the same time, I wanted each page to have its own unique factor. As someone who has always had trouble sticking to a single aesthetic, I decided to use a variety of colours throughout the website, with each page featuring a different font. To start, I created a mood board to gather inspiration and ideas. I looked at different colour schemes, fonts, and layouts to see what worked well together and what didn’t. This gave me a better understanding of what I wanted to achieve with my website. When it came to the design itself, I started by selecting a colour scheme that I felt represented the vibe of my website. I opted for a mix of warm and cool colours, including blues, purples, pinks, and oranges. Each page featured a different colour scheme, but the colours were selected to complement each other and maintain a cohesive feel. For the fonts, I chose a mix of serif and sans-serif fonts to add some visual interest and to make the text more readable. I selected fonts that had a unique personality and complemented the content of each page. For example, I used a more playful font for pages about art and a more professional font for pages about business. To make the website easily accessible, I designed a straightforward menu that was easy to navigate. I used clear and concise language for each menu item to help visitors find what they were looking for quickly. Additionally, I made sure that each page was linked to other relevant pages, so visitors could easily navigate the site without feeling lost. Overall, my approach to designing my website was to create a design that was both cohesive and unique. I used a variety of colours and fonts to add personality to each page while maintaining a cohesive feel across the site. The straightforward menu made the website easily accessible, and each page was designed to be visually appealing and informative.