We worked with Ruban Jamaica, a boutique construction and real estate company based in Jamaica to create a website that would best represent their business. The client wanted an original custom design that was clean and prioritized their body of work and made it easy for customers to get in touch.
Our task was to redesign the old Ruban Jamaica website with a brand-new layout, colour scheme, original photography and portfolio. Promoting their work was a priority so we included a few select pieces on the homepage with a link to a full portfolio page as well as contact form so potential customers could get in touch. The client also needed YouTube integration so they could share their latest videos with the website's visitors.
Yes! We work with small businesses from all over the world. The only requirement is that you speak fluent English.
NO. We do not sign nondisclosure agreements.
wwworkshop offers graphic design and web development services to several clients so deadlines may vary. We recommend providing us with sufficient time, usually two weeks, to submit the initial design. We don’t take on rush projects.
Yes. You own the final artwork files. However, ALL unused artwork belongs to wwworkshop. We reserve the right to showcase your work in our portfolio.
No. We are not responsible for maintaining or keeping backups of designs once the final assets are handed over. Please keep a backup of your files on physical and digital storage.
Wwworkshop provides a wide range of graphic design services. These include but are not limited to: logo design, business card design, ID card design, banner design, flyer design, brochure design and more.
Yes. wwworkshop includes you in the design / development process. We will ask your opinions and have you sign off at different stages of the project.
If you don’t like what we’ve designed for you, we can continue to work together to understand what you want and approach the design accordingly. If you still don’t like the design, we can terminate the contract, and you will compensate us for the amount of work done at that point.
A website can take anywhere between 2 business weeks and 5 months depending on the scale of the project, speed of feedback and other factors.