Namaste Treasures Website Design

Client: Namaste Treasures
Project Launched: December 11, 2020

Project Description

Several devices showing the Namaste Treasures website
Herb Duncan, a one-person glass-blowing studio with sales all over the world, contacted us to have a new website built. His shop was previously on Etsy, and he wanted to take tighter control over his design, advertising, and operating costs. He had also collected several domain names over the years, and wanted them consolidated in one location. We build a new website for his store using the Divi and WooCommerce frameworks, giving him complete control over his design and what items were able to be sold. The site was then hosted on Managed Hosting, giving him the peace of mind that his site was backed up and secured.

Inspiration & Themes

Element highlights from the Namaste Treasures website

Herb wanted his site to have a sense of compassion, spirituality, and warmth. He specifically noted using a pink-to-violet color scheme. To help support the theme of comforting spirituality, we built the site using large contours and soft corners. Headings were set using Cormorant Garamond, a simple yet humanist font with soft curves. Body font was set in Khula for its plain structure, giving support to the headings and having high legibility.

Technical Details

The site is built on WordPress, with a completely custom theme using the Divi site builder. Sales are managed through the WooCommerce platform, with several custom enhancements. The site is hosted using our Managed Hosting and Domain Management, to ensure that his site stays secure and updated, and is using advanced caching to keep it loading as quickly as possible.

An image gallery on the Namaste Treasures site, showing several blown-glass pieces

Client’s Thoughts

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