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Website Reveal for Enemy Arrows

Back at it again with another website reveal project! I haven't been great at showcasing recent website projects over the past few months and I'm making a point to change that. Not only is it fun to show off my work and highlight my clients, it's also a fun way to show you what goes into a website project, a "behind the scenes" look at my process, and all the thought and strategy that goes into each design decision.

Today we are going to look at a website I did recently for Enemy Arrows, which is a novel about the Huron-Wendat nation and life in the 1400s. Fellow history junkies, raise your hands! I was really excited to take on this project because it was a totally different from any other website I've done. The Enemy Arrows website would obviously be centred around the book, but it was also going to be a place that housed many learning resources and additional information. This particular website redesign project was neat because we were doing a complete facelift in the areas of design, content and layout. I was able to get strategic and guide the project in a really intentional way and I'm thrilled with the final result.

In this blog post, I'm going to walk you through the website redesign process from start to finish, tell you about our goals for the project, and also explain the different features and services we chose to use and why. 

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