FLWR Website

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FLWR was a fun cannabis website design project for us. Being that they are in a relatively new market, they wanted to stand out as an approachable and inclusive brand. Their website needed to reflect that.

Cannabis website design is unique because they can’t sell direct to consumer online in the cannabis industry. In spite of this, they still need to promote their product and connect with their target audience in the virtual space.

An important piece we incorporated into their site for customer convenience was a location finder to help get to the actual shop.

We used a simple color palette to help the bright patterned packaging stand out. Some of their key words words were tranquil, balance, refresh, and energize. We designed with these words in mind so the visual experience aligns with their overall brand aesthetic.

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Carolina Vangilder of Stellen Design Branding Agency in Los Angeles CA
Carolina Van Gilder
Project manager / Assistant
The coordinator, facilitator and scheduler for all Stellen Design projects. She communicates with clients about everything from contracts and payments to design edits and revisions. She helps keep the logistics on point so Stellen Design can live up to their reputation.
Réka Juhász (ray-ka u-has)
Contract Designer

Réka is a Hungarian-born, American-trained award-winning brand designer with over 12 years of graphic design experience. She loves to incorporate hand lettering, tactile elements, or letterpress into her work. She believes inspiration is all around us and that making brands look good is a worthy pursuit in life.

Jordis Smalls of Stellen Design Branding Agency in Los Angeles CA
Jordis Small
Creative Director
Jordis is a big believer in continued education. She makes it a point to attend at least four workshops or conferences a year to keep her skill improving. She is also a big advocate for “creative play” and loves to spend her spare time trying new things and learning new techniques.