The YogaFox.com website was redesigned for 2013. The site was prevoiusly using the Joomla CMS, and this redesign project saw the site move over to the more robust WordPress platform. New features added to the site are an e-commerce shop selling class cards, annual memberships, and YogaFox products; a categorized blog to separate the many workshops and events that YogaFox has, as well as a responsive layout to handle mobile and tablet viewers.
The design of the previous version of the site was kept with the dark brown bamboo background, and site colors have been cleaned up to a tan/burnt orange and white color scheme for text. Google’s Opens Sans font is used throughout the site, giving everything a clean, modern look. YogaFox owner Kelly Brookbank’s colorful photography brightens up the site further.
As one of Rosstamicah Design’s first clients, I am happy to have worked with Keith and Kelly on this third redesign of the YogaFox site. Having desinged a handful of yoga websites over the years, it’s been nice to come back to the YogaFox site and continually upgrade it as this redesign show. Taking older sites and redoing your own work has great benefits as a designer, and I look forward to doing similar site upgrades to other websites that were originally done three to five years ago when I started freelancing.