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Pierre Carreau

Photographer, Pierre Carreau, approached us to redesign his current web presence. He was looking for an easy to update, minimalist design, that presented his work in a fine art manner. Post launch, his work received attention from various arts outlets and spread rapidly via social media to all corners of the world, with particular popularity in Japan.

As a consequence of a fresh site launch and his tireless engagement with collectors, dealers and exhibitors, Pierre’s work was bought and he is now preparing for a major exhibition in London at the turn of the year.

Key Features

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    Painless Updates

    Pierre's website is designed to be as straight forward and simple as possible to update. His work can be re-ordered via drag and drop and text edits can be made through clear and straight forward sections. The aim is to keep Pierre's time requirement down to a minimum so he can spend more time making work and less time on admin.

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    Visitor Experience

    Navigation is a critical element of the user experience. Poor navigation distracts from the most important element of a website, namely the portfolio, and usually results in a quick exit. Clear navigation encourages visitors to keep looking through the images laid out in front of them. Ultimately this also forms an impression of Pierre himself as a photographer.

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    Responsive design

    The multitude of devices and browsers a website can be viewed with has increased greatly over the last few years and with portfolio sites especially, the importance of compatibility can not be underestimated. Pierre's portfolio can to be viewed intuitively and elegantly across a broad range of devices such as iPhones, iPads, smart phones and tablets as well as the more traditional laptop and desktop viewing platforms.

  • Business Intelligence

    The capture and analysis of data through the website enables Pierre to make business decisions and be more efficient with his targeted strategies.

Design Variations