Bruno's wanted a new look to their website, so we started the process by taking a look at a few other websites to get a feel for the direction they wanted to go. They decided on a layout that didn't require any scrolling, and they wanted the site to feature large images, only using text when necessary.
I sent the client a couple look-and-feel options for the front page, rendered in Photoshop and delivered as JPGs so they could get an idea of the design. After choosing one they liked and making some modifications, I went ahead and designed the rest of the pages which required some collaborative creative direction with their photographer, who wanted to make sure to pick photos that matched both the content and the layout of each page.
Once the designs were finalized, I implemented the design using HTML and CSS, along with a JQuery script that allows the front page to not only slide through multiple images that highlight the club, but also brings the ability to feature homepage flyers to advertise events.
I also implemented Shadowbox, which was an important part of being able to feature content (like on the Reservations page where you can take a virtual tour of the club) without the need for multiple pages or scrolling.