A completely new website was designed for professional photographer David Bacher.
This mission was focused on completely dividing the 2 David’s work fields : photo-journalism and wedding photography. A website split in two completely independent ones in their style as well as in their structure.
The only common point are a minimalist style and a direct access to large visuals; the navigation is as unobtrusive as possible in order to create an immersive and fluid experience.
The website showing weddings pictures is clearly inspired by fashion and lifestyle magazines such as Vogue and M (Le Monde Magazine), coupling neoclassical visual elements with contemporary graphic design.
The other website, showing photo-journalistic and personal works, looks more intimate, austere. It discretely celebrates some visual codes issued from analog photography without falling into a too easy nostalgia.
These websites have been designed to transform and adapt to various screen sizes (responsive design) and deliver a full experience on smartphones, high definition screen tablets (retina) or wide desktop screens.
Search engine optimization and html code quality were taken into account from the very early project phases, to find an ideal balance between visual experience, descriptive text content, and keyword competition needs.
two independent websites both in their style as well as in their structure.
minimalist style and direct access to large visuals
It discretely celebrates some visual codes issued from analog photography without falling into a too easy nostalgia.