ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Here is a desktop version of the herosection on the frontpage
Here are an tablet presentation of a news article, the login page, and the frontpage
A mobile presentation of the frontpage and the page with the news overview
Here you see the desktop version of the sign-up section on the frontpage.
In collaboration with the Danish Handicap Association and Nossell & Co. Great Minority has therefore started Denmark's first entrepreneurial boot camp for young people with disabilities between the ages of 18-30, which will run for the second year in a row - in the autumn of 2022.
The bootcamp focuses on utilising this huge potential by bringing more young people with disabilities closer to the labor market. Entrepreneurship provides just the flexibility and space that many of these young people need.
B31 Studio was tasked with creating the visual identity for the project, but also designing and develop the whole website and digital learning platform for the bootcamp participants.
We went with a dark blue as the main brand color, because of its associating with knowledge and business. Together with the dark pink as the call-to-action color and a plain white as the main background color, we created a minimalistic color palette, but with touch of personality, that also comes from the people behind the project.
The whole project was created using Webflow as the CMS system. Webflow has been the main driver for most of the project at B31, as this project was a create test to see how much was actually possible to do inside this great tool. To get the member-area up and running, we used to services called Memberstack and Zapier. Those two tools where the ones who made it possible to gate of certain areas of the page, and make personal sub-pages for the different participants of the bootcamp. It also made it possible for each participants to go in and see what classes and task was needed to be done each week. And mark them as complete, when they where done.