We worked directly with the founder to define goals and establish a timeline to complete objectives. We were responsible for every aspect of this project.
First off, we developed a site architecture, UX workflows, and wireframes based on the types of possible user personas that would visit the site. We also recommended using a CMS (content management system) to give their organization some autonomy and flexibility when it came to updates and site management. In this case, WordPress seemed to be the right fit. Because of the wide selection of third-party plugins developed for WordPress we found a great solution to handle all front-end and back-end notification and file management requirements. This kept the budget low and development time short.
After designing and getting approval on the branding. We sourced the visual assets that would express the character of Wheaton Canvas. Included in this were a few of the amazing custom prints Wheaton Canvas has done for real clients. We continue to maintain amber waves web properties today.