Kahala Coffee Traders

Kahala Coffee Traders, a franchise offering coffee and a modest selection of baked goods needed a responsive website. The biggest challenge we had to solve was that they had a very limited amount of photos of products. I overcame this by utilizing the few photos I had to showcase the menu by category with an image representing the category instead of each product and then using a clean grid system of typography to indicate the full menu. The second challenge of the project was that at the time the brand only had a couple of fonts, a logo, and the interior designer's mood board approved for the new brand standards. My solution was to create semi-lifestyle images with the few products I had and incorporating inspiration from the interior designer's approved mood board of textures and colors.

Design by Leslie York and development by Bradley Myers for Kahala Brands.

Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Web Design Awards
Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Inhouse Design Awards

Kahala Coffee Traders

Kahala Coffee Traders, a franchise offering coffee and a modest selection of baked goods needed a responsive website. The biggest challenge we had to solve was that they had a very limited amount of photos of products. I overcame this by utilizing the few photos I had to showcase the menu by category with an image representing the category instead of each product and then using a clean grid system of typography to indicate the full menu. The second challenge of the project was that at the time the brand only had a couple of fonts, a logo, and the interior designer's mood board approved for the new brand standards. My solution was to create semi-lifestyle images with the few products I had and incorporating inspiration from the interior designer's approved mood board of textures and colors.

Design by Leslie York and development by Bradley Myers for Kahala Brands.

Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Web Design Awards
Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Inhouse Design Awards

Kahala Coffee Traders

Kahala Coffee Traders, a franchise offering coffee and a modest selection of baked goods needed a responsive website. The biggest challenge we had to solve was that they had a very limited amount of photos of products. I overcame this by utilizing the few photos I had to showcase the menu by category with an image representing the category instead of each product and then using a clean grid system of typography to indicate the full menu. The second challenge of the project was that at the time the brand only had a couple of fonts, a logo, and the interior designer's mood board approved for the new brand standards. My solution was to create semi-lifestyle images with the few products I had and incorporating inspiration from the interior designer's approved mood board of textures and colors.

Design by Leslie York and development by Bradley Myers for Kahala Brands.

Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Web Design Awards
Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Inhouse Design Awards

Kahala Coffee Traders

Kahala Coffee Traders, a franchise offering coffee and a modest selection of baked goods needed a responsive website. The biggest challenge we had to solve was that they had a very limited amount of photos of products. I overcame this by utilizing the few photos I had to showcase the menu by category with an image representing the category instead of each product and then using a clean grid system of typography to indicate the full menu. The second challenge of the project was that at the time the brand only had a couple of fonts, a logo, and the interior designer's mood board approved for the new brand standards. My solution was to create semi-lifestyle images with the few products I had and incorporating inspiration from the interior designer's approved mood board of textures and colors.

Design by Leslie York and development by Bradley Myers for Kahala Brands.

Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Web Design Awards
Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Inhouse Design Awards

Kahala Coffee Traders

Kahala Coffee Traders, a franchise offering coffee and a modest selection of baked goods needed a responsive website. The biggest challenge we had to solve was that they had a very limited amount of photos of products. I overcame this by utilizing the few photos I had to showcase the menu by category with an image representing the category instead of each product and then using a clean grid system of typography to indicate the full menu. The second challenge of the project was that at the time the brand only had a couple of fonts, a logo, and the interior designer's mood board approved for the new brand standards. My solution was to create semi-lifestyle images with the few products I had and incorporating inspiration from the interior designer's approved mood board of textures and colors.

Design by Leslie York and development by Bradley Myers for Kahala Brands.

Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Web Design Awards
Winner – GDUSA 2015 American Inhouse Design Awards

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