A visual sensation for a sweet store

Developed with the Umbraco CMS, the client wanted to present information on a variety of topics and products, with a mix of text and media on a single page - while ensuring that the style of the site was in keeping with their corporate fonts, colours and logo mark usage.

The result is quite stunning, while maintaining the content is made easy with each "tile" editable individually.

The site was designed so that the tiles just flow with the browser width - this allows for both widescreen formats as well as looking good on tablets and smartphones.

The website was later augmented with a custom e-commerce solution and consistently enjoys high volume traffic.



02 May 2011

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