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How Matthieu Meynier started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Cinematt is a high end wedding cinemotgraphy company based in San Francisco. It showcase beautiful wedding film and is focussing on creating amazing herloom for family. It is also launching a corporate/event portfolio which includes but is not limited to high end real estate video, world wide conference, and also promo video for artist, photographers, and other person working in the arts
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
I definitely want the style to reflect my branding. colors are as followed Pantone 419, tel:420 1235
I want to make sure that when clients go to the website they feel like they enter a lounge and the can relax. I'd rather something with clean design, no fancy stuff such as lilies and things like that. I want people to focus on work and I want the website to be easy to navigate. Being French I would love it it some of the french culture can be incorporated especially in the writing part of it. I'm not sure if i would provide you with all the copyright or if you would do it. I think my website right now is OKAY but it doesn't scream luxury. I want my brand to be luxurious and I want people to think of it as a fine bottle of wine or an expensive car they are taking for a ride. If i'm not clear enough I will try to clear things up for you once I get to see a few example of your amazing talents.
Ideally I would like a landing page which allow my client to either move to the wedding side of things or go into the corporate page.
The website would have to reflect and be very aware of my branding. I can provide all the specs so you have a clear idea of what I'm looking for. My goal is to attract more upscale clients who have disposable income for wedding and are looking for fine art cinematography.
The pages in wedding would be:
1.who we are: a bio page describing the main artist and the philosophy of the company
2.Theater: where couple can watch teaser trailer, highlight and short film
3..Investment: where I would give an outline of what to expect as far as services and value they will receive
4.Contact page: so they can get ahold of us
Copyrighting and how things are being presented are key for me as I want my client to get a clear message.
5. would be the blog access
One more thing, I need the website to be mobile friendly, so clients can see it on their tablets and smart phones.
What to avoid
I definitely want to avoid the stereotype photographer, videographer wedding site. i don't want cheesy I want honest, down to earth, easy to associate with design. My style is very photojournalistic and I'm very much behind the scene. I'm not out there and I'm not trying to say that "look at me I'm the best". I want people to connect with my work.
At this point I think this is all I have. Once I see things coming I'll have a better idea of which direction to go.
My current site is made with show it, so ideally I'd like to be able to use showit to create the coding but this is up for debate.