GoVolunteer resides in Alte Munze, an old building not far from Alexanderplatz. They have a great space, which they turned into a coworking location, and share it with other NGO's. Since it is going great, they decided to create a website and I was handed the following brief.
Design a simple yet unique landing page that would showcase Machwerk's cool, rough new co-working space as well as what it has to offer.
3 Sections showcasing the space's main offers
A contact page with a contact form and a map
Dual language (English & German)
Has to fit Machwerk's new branding
Pixel-perfect, grid-based, B&W UI, large colorful pictures, large titles, clear structure
Responsive design (no need for tablet view- Google Analytics insight)
Infrastructure for future sub-pages and updates
I designed the website in close collaboration with GoVolunteer's Product Development team, which includes an Art Director (Leif Lobinsky), a Senior Fullstack (Marc Altmann), and another Frontend Developer (Davide Cannerozzi).
Research of other Berlin-based co-working spaces' websites
Wireframes, ideation, and iterations of the designs based on the CEO's and Art Director's feedback
Photoshoot of the space
Hand-off to developers
Launch set to end of August, future iterations planned
First digital wireframe
Moving to hi-fi
Iterated version, exploring styles
The logo was designed by Leif Lobinsky
I created the style guide based on the brief and in collaboration with the Art Director