Purple Gallery

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I recently developed a website for Purple Gallery. A small Art gallery in Bournville, Birmingham. They wanted to update their website from individual HTML pages to a cleaner, more consistent design.

We opted for a much cleaner look with plenty of white space to let the Artwork do the talking. To ensure that it would be easy for users to find the content they wanted whilst still maintaining a clean design, we split each form of art in to its respective category and used simple drop down navigation for users to select from.

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Purple Gallery also wanted some video content to display on their site. The first was a simple introduction to the gallery and the second was to promote the OwnArt scheme to show that Art can be affordable for anyone.