We noticed a trend recently with artist websites, and since our favorite sites to design are for artists, well, naturally we had to jump on board. What is this new trend you may be asking? It’s the simplicity of the one-page website. While these sleek sites may look simple to the average viewer, they’re packed with all the content you need to make an online statement, like an artist bio, photo gallery, discography, performance calendar, and more. A one-page site probably won’t cut it if you need a lot of media download links or you want to sell your merch. But if all you need is a simple, modern way to showcase a few important elements, a one-pager may be just what you’ve been looking for.
Without further ado, here are two of our most recent one-page site launches!
Nadine Traoré website
German bass player/singer/songwriter Nadine Traoré needed a website after being chosen to appear on The Voice of Germany. Her YouTube clips from the show pretty much speak for themselves, so naturally we wanted to showcase them as one of the main site elements. Hot tip: do yourself a favor and go watch them right now! Here’s what we did for Nadine:
- modern slide-down menu
- animated hero section
- timeline photo gallery
- YouTube, Spotify, and Instagram media embeds
- performance calendar
- Dual language page
- EU-required cookie acceptance form
Visit the site to see everything we did for Nadine.
Judy Loman website
With over 30 full-length recordings to her name (and more in the works!), along with countless media quotes and achievements, harp legend Judy Loman wanted to showcase her decades-long distinguished career. Despite having such an abundance of material to highlight, Judy was the perfect candidate for a one-page site. Here are some of the things we did for her:
- media quotes
- expanding biography
- sound clips and YouTube embeds
- highlight lists
Visit the site to see everything we did for Judy.