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the part of your identity that doesn’t fit into categories
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the part of your identity that doesn’t fit into categories
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Weirdo is an advertising agency with a difference. They actively look for ways of including and appealing to diverse audiences, challenging themselves to create unique and powerful work. We have much in common with Weirdo, a fellow social-justice-orientated creative agency and we had a great time re-designing their website on Webflow.

Credits

UX Design: Katie Gee

UI Design: Zoe Tang

Development: Elizaveta Komoltseva

Awards

Awwwards: Honorable Mention

Website

Weirdo came to us with brand guidelines that they were happy with, so our job was to extend this visual identity to a fully operational website. Accessibility was of paramount importance to this client, as Weirdo prides itself on the inclusion of people with varying abilities and access needs. Digitally savvy, they also valued simplicity and high-speed loading times for a satisfying user experience.

Project list of Weirdo website on mobile and tablet
Menu on Weirdo website on mobile

The client wanted the navigation bar to always be clear and accessible. On desktop, the nav bar sits permanently at the top of the screen, and menu options are limited to just three. For mobile, the user taps on the oversized nav bar symbol in the top right corner to see the same options in full-screen.