Remember when I shared all about my dreamy internship with Bramble Workshop? I assisted Jessica with art installations and event display projects for about six months and after that, we continued to meet up at coffee shops and work on our individual projects. Jessica ended up hiring me to design and develop a new website for Bramble Workshop and I’m happy to announce that it’s up and running! I know I always say this, but this has been one of my absolute favorite projects to work on. The fact that Jessica and I are good friends and live in the same city made the whole process really fun!
Bramble Workshop has a huge list of impressive clients including Hermès, Caravents, designlovefest, Oh Joy! Studio, Bash Please, and Ella Moss. Projects range from retail displays and photoshoot sets to large backdrops and interior art installations. Jessica also sells beautiful shibori linens and teaches crafty classes around Portland. Basically, she is living the dream.
Because Bramble Workshop is so visual, we wanted to create a clean website balanced with white space and large, vibrant photos. My favorite part of the site is the projects page, which displays all of Bramble Workshop’s projects in a grid with the titles showing on hover. We put a lot of focus on the order of the projects as well as their individual pages.
Another great feature of the site is that Jessica’s blog (which was formerly run through WordPress.com) is now integrated into the Bramble Workshop website. On her blog, she shares inspiration, mood boards, and glimpses into her life and creative process.
Visit Bramble Workshop to click around the new site and get all starry eyed over Jessica’s projects!
And as always, if you’re interested in working together please don’t hesitate to get in touch. :)
(btw, Bramble Workshop’s amazing logo and branding were done by Erica of Taiga Press!)