Using the finalized concept chosen by the client, I developed the website according to his specifications. One final change was requested at last minute, which was to change the menu bar from a simple picture menu to a drop down one, with the Services menu linking to the provided services as shown in the icons on the bottom of the main image.
After the initial batch of concepts were completed, my client requested a change of layout. He wanted a menu with the services provided to be shown in large icons, the main image shown prominently and the links arranged in the upper right corner of the menu.
After some review of the new concepts and some more discussion with my client, he decided upon the first design, which was closest to his vision of his company's website. However, he also requested a few further changes, including making the menu the dominant feature of the main page, as well as made larger, and relegating all information to the other pages.
After the business cards designs were complete, the next stage was to develop a website for Adelaide Gymfix to advertise themselves. I came up with a few concepts based on a desired layout from the company manager, using a light blue, black and white colour scheme and primarily monochromatic style to match their new brand design.