Texture Factory Website
Featured in Millersville University Art & Design Department's Annual Juried Student Exhibition
The concept behind this project was to create a website that showcases my process for creating my own digital textures. It walks the visitor through my process step by step from beginning to end. It also showcases the textures that I have created since they are incorporated into various illustrations and gifs used throughout the website.
For this project, I knew that I wanted to showcase my process for making textures and the textures themselves. Since the primary goal of this website is to discuss my process, I decided upon the theme/concept of having it be a factory that "manufacturers" my textures. Once I established my concept, I moved on to creating my moodboard. Below are the moodboards I created that gave me inspiration and direction for this website.
After creating the moodboard I moved on to sketches. In most of my projects, I create a wireframe first and then I create any other illustrations or assets that I will need. This is exactly what I did for this project, below are my 2 wireframe sketches and then there are my machine and background sketches for the assets of the site.
Once I had the visuals for both the site and its layout planned out I started work on creating the assets themselves. Below is the color palette, typography, and assets that I utilized in this project.
Everything has to be responsive these days and this website is no exception. I hand coded this website and set it up to be responsive on a variety of devices. Below you can find a link to the live website as well as some screenshots of the site on various devices and screen sizes.