A directory website, e-commerce website, hardware, logo, print copy design project for tangofolly.com in collaboration with Rita Horne – London, UK
A community project for the Argentine Tango Community. Fully interactive, members can message each other, post articles and updates, photos and videos, list their profile, business and events in numerous directories and join in all kinds of competitions and activities. Equipped for social networking.
Bursting with dynamic content, Tangofolly is all about connecting people. The design is inspired by both the elegant Art Deco era, an historically significant time for the evolution of Argentine Tango, and, those beautiful old hand-drawn comic books, that smell of paper and ink, provoking a wonderful imagination for storytelling, modernity and yesteryear in one.
Complete 'front end' presentation of forms for user generated content, automated, site-wide content management and cross content user interaction. The website includes all the necessary tools, as standard, to ensure speedy, efficient, legally compliant and safe delivery of all content from the server. Built on the WordPress platform.
Front-End Editor Interface
Contact Form with ReCaptcha
Google Maps Integration
Google Search Console
Security Virus, Firewall, Malware
Backup To Server
Dynamic Content Management
SEO Best Practise
Logo & Branding Identity
We used a clean and elegant Art Deco font, in keeping with the glamourous Golden Ages of Argentine Tango.
Rather than creating A5 flyers, the Tangofolly 'flyer' is business card size. Something you can easily fit in your pocket or wallet.
These tote bags for the Tangofolly community network will hopefully raise funds to help cover the costs of keeping the project alive and free. All the images are shot on location and prepared down to the last pixel to print nicely on the heavy loose weave of the canvas. They have come out really beautiful. There are a limited number in these bags and more to come. You can see all the designs available and buy the bags online at tangofolly.com via the button below.
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