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\ The Stamford Kitchen Company Website

The Stamford Kitchen Company asked us to re-design their website. After the name change and logo design, the website was a development of their brand and needed to reflect their quality and market placement. User experience was important, with the ability to navigate the ranges easily being key.

We wanted the kitchens to speak for themselves so included a large image on the homepage with a carousel showing an overview of the different types of kitchens they provide. With mobile devices being the most popular way to view websites, responsiveness was extremely important so the design reflects this.

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