Aaron was great! He made a fantastic design and all the changes we requested on time.
Good job again and as always.
Great to work with. Will send future projects.
How Stained Glass started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Associated Crafts - Church Stained Glass Windows
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Churches, libraries, court houses, homes and offices all look to Associated Crafts for stained glass preservation services that include window repair, restoration and protective covering. We also supply new stained glass window creations and the sale of pre-owned stained glass. Our website inspires customers to engage our services, while informing about the preservation of their stained glass heritage.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
We want a different look for our website. Our website should be user-centric. We want it to be elegant but simple, with medium to light colors. Our existing website is too dark and we need it to rise to the artist/aesthetic merit exemplified by much of the stained glass we preserve.
The design should have fixed points or anchors guiding users is scanning through the content of the page. The design should be able to incorporate elements of responsive website design, with media queries allowing the use of different CSS style rules based on characteristics of the device the site is being displayed on, in relative units for fluidity and flexibility.
Keep all font choices to common standard cross-platform fonts:
Feel free to use stained glass images that we have uploaded with this design brief (below). Optional. These are the same images that we cropped to use in the slide-show rotation on http://dev.church-stained-glass-windows.com/
The goal of our home page is for visitors to respond to our calls to action: