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WEBSITE DESIGN

No Label Ventures

Discovery

UX/UI Design

Web Development

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The Challenge

No Label Ventures approached me looking for a unique, story telling, and highly interactive website. Making it their first launch into the world, they wanted something bold and powerful, which stood them apart from traditional VC funds.

Kicking of with a full Discovery

We kicked off the project with a discovery workshop to understand requirements, who are the users, what were, and align on the brand direction. 

Crafting a distinctive brand identity

We wanted to understand the inspiration behind the name from the founder. No label Ventures' goal is to be provocative and stir interest. The name also talks to the core ethos of the fund, backing those that don't want to be labelled, backing those outside the norm.  

We knew that it was crucial to create a bold user experiences, which reflected No Label Ventures unique and provocative nature.

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Making the vision come to life

Design and engineering worked closely to breathe life into all interactions and animations. This cooperative approach ensured a seamless integration of design elements and functionalities, resulting in a dynamic and engaging user experience.

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THE CLIENT'S EXPERIENCE

"Harriet exceeded all expectations in bringing my website vision to life!"

Harriet exceeded all expectations in bringing my website vision to life! From the start, she took the time to really understand what I wanted, put together and organised a great team, and kept things moving smoothly. She communicated clearly throughout the process, and delivered all of this within a tight time frame. If you are looking for top-notch design and execution, I can strongly recommend Harriet. 

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Ramzi Rafih

Founder & General Partner

No Label Ventures

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GET IN TOUCH

Like what you see? Got an existing project coming up where we can help? We would love to hear from you.

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