Designer and illustrator Lucy Clark, had already made her mark with an inspirational blog and an Etsy store for her bespoke stationery business Lucy Says I Do. As the business and product offering continued to grow, Lucy Says I Do required a website that would encompass the blog, web store and bespoke service offering.
Lucy’s beautiful designs speak for themselves. We were tasked with developing a digital platform that would not only do them justice but showcase them at their best in order to convert users to customers.
With the customer journey front of mind, we brought the blog and web store under one roof with a clear content structure and navigation. A logical classification of products types laid out in a simple and beautiful shop allows user to explore collections at their leisure or quickly seek out a specific product type. We brought to life certain aspects of the content such as the process of working with Lucy through an engaging animated journey.
Website content, orders, stock, shipping and general enquiries are all easily manageable by the team at Lucy Says I Do to helping to streamline their business process.
Generating orders from day one, the website has helped to facilitate the continued growth of the Lucy Says I Do customer base and was also recognised for best practice web design by The Best Designs.
Eight Arms are thoughtful, supportive, professional and approachable with a fantastic eye for design. An increase in sales and interest since launch has far exceeded expectations.
- Lucy Richardson, Creative Director