This was an incredibly fun and personal project for us. We decided to put a interesting spin on the traditional Save the Date by creating a website for the announcement (as opposed to the typical paper and envelope style send out).
It was also fun because we created a horizontal scroll website that was all one very long page, as opposed to the traditional website where you are taken to a new page every time you click on the nav bar.
At Ringside we'll find almost any reason to get friends and family together to celebrate, which is why when someone comes to us to create an invitation for their special event we're thrilled.
We invite you to scroll through a few of the invitations we've been creating lately.
This was an invitation we created for the Ringside Design family and friends Christmas party. The invitations arrived in red string and button envelopes. The back of the invitation is below.
This was an invitation we created for a good friend's bridal shower. The invitations were printed on a beautiful ivory linen paper with envelopes to match.
The below invitations were created to match a whimsical candy cane-themed holiday soirée ... Continue Reading
About a month ago Ringside started throwing around the idea of giving itself a facelift. We were fond of many of our original ideas, but decided it was time to enhance them.
On the first step of our redesign, we had to sit down and do some thinking. Which elements really worked on our old site, which didn't? How could we make the new site more user friendly? What new technologies and trends did we want to incorporate?
The next step was to sketch. The purpose of the paper sketch was to discover the perfect combinations of design and usability.
After having a clear understanding of the navigation layout, functions, and features, it was time for the photoshop mock-ups. In the mock-up stage you discover you color ... Continue Reading