Evans Painting & Construction, LLC
Website Development & Design • Identity
Responsive Web Development, Identity & Branding Design
HTML5, CSS3, WordPress, Illustrator, InDesign
New business cards, vinyl application for company van, mockups of branding on business collateral, new website created using WordPress for full editing capabilities.
Evans Painting & Construction, LLC is a small business ran by father-son combo Tom and Dylan Evans in Seattle, Washington. They do a variety of work including residential painting interiors and exteriors, remodels, and some commercial construction and painting as well. They recently had their logo re-designed and updated, and in turn, needed to reflect their new branding throughout their business collateral and website.
Their new identity is professional, modern, and eco-friendly. Their new logo, color palette, and website all reflect those characteristics. Business cards with their updated logo and color palette, mockups of future business collateral, and a mock-up of the van vinyl application are shown.
The main texture background shown on the website is representative of the finishes they specialize in. The green pops of colors represent the eco-friendly part of the business and the blue and grey are their corporate colors. With this website, users will be able to navigate easily and freely, with a smooth scroll function and sticky navigation.
Their new website was the final piece of their deliverables. Previously, their website was not in a CMS, so they did not have any editing capabilities. I used a content, mobile first approach when starting to re-design their site. The new look is clean, modern, and uses only one smooth scrolling page for easy navigation.
See The Process
Their previous website was very outdated and not responsive and there were no editing capabilities. You can see the home page of the website below on the left. I conducted a website audit to pinpoint major problem areas and what information was most important. Once the client and I had a meeting to identify what exactly he was looking for, I went through and created a moodboard. This was the initial process of discovering the look and feel of the new website.
I created two sets of mockups and presented them to the client, along with my thoughts on why these layouts would work best. They had minimal information for each section, so instead of each section having its’ own page, I just kept it on same page with smooth scrolling. There is an about section with an email form, and a gallery slider to show off their work. They chose the second of the two iterations, so I went with that one. There are some modifications on the final website, however using this layout creates a nice flow with a fixed header so the user will always have access to the information they need.