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OUGD603: Brief 09 - Coffee Culture (Website) // Desktop Wireframe

Following the tablet and mobile wireframes, I've expanded to the larger of the screens; the desktop screen. Not the largest of screens used, based on UX research – as the television, due to the introduction of Smart TV's, is gradually becoming one of the frequently used platforms for browsing.

An overview of the design for the microsite. Showing all the content sections, which all resize to fit the page, using a power scroll function to transition from page to page. In a similar style to some of the websites featured in my research

Splash screen, the upper-most part of the website and the first point of contact. Captivating with a full screen HMTL5 video, in the background. The logo taking a back seat, to point focus onto a handwritten message overlaying the video. Which is synonymous with hand crafted, artisans – that home made cosy quality, which we want to associate with the brand. 

The about section, which is very similar to that of the landscape tablet menu. Nothing really too different as the screen widths are similar. 

Similarly with the menus section. 

Finally, there has been a contact form added to the base of the page, which will also house any additional contact information such as the address and the opening times. Customers will use the website to find the opening times and address, so these are vital for any website. 

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