The Dhammachai International Research Institute (DIRI NZ) recognized the importance of establishing a strong online presence to promote their research activities and services. To achieve this, they enlisted the expertise of a skilled designer to create a website that not only showcased their work but also served as a platform for engaging with potential clients and collaborators.
In response to their requirements, the designer took on the challenge of crafting a custom website design using Adobe Dreamweaver. The first step was to select a template that aligned with DIRI NZ’s content and vision, providing a solid foundation for the website’s development. From there, the focus shifted to enhancing the website’s visual appeal, ensuring easy navigation, and creating a user-friendly interface.
With a meticulous approach, the designer embarked on developing several key pages that formed the core of DIRI NZ’s online presence. The Home page, designed to make a lasting first impression, effectively conveyed the institute’s mission and vision. The About page delved into the rich background and expertise of DIRI NZ, offering visitors valuable insights into their research and services.
The Team page provided an intimate glimpse into the talented individuals driving the institute’s success, fostering a sense of trust and familiarity with potential clients. Lastly, the Contact page served as a seamless gateway for users to connect with DIRI NZ, encouraging collaboration and communication.
Each page was meticulously crafted, seamlessly blending informative content with captivating visuals to provide an enriching user experience. A keen eye was kept on maintaining a consistent design throughout, harmonizing with DIRI NZ’s unique brand identity, and elevating their professional image.
The dedication and effort invested in the project resulted in approximately 20 hours spent on designing and developing the website from scratch. This hands-on experience allowed the designer to hone their skills in Adobe Dreamweaver and coding, reinforcing their position as a proficient web designer.