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Client
Harsha Enterprises
Expertise
UI & Website

About Harsha Enterprises

Harsha Enterprises is a Butter Scotch Nuts & Ice cream Stabiliser blend manufacturing company. Inspirational Food Industry visionaries, they provide ethical sourcing information to their army of customers & followers.

The challenge

At a point where they were growing their sales team to expand further into the enterprise market, their brand and marketing website was holding them back. They needed a complete brand identity for the Ice cream stabiliser Market, a holding page which helped gain initial traction and helped him build the brand recognition.

In our research, we identified two major customer groups, adopters and experts. It was important to create a compelling and accessible experience for this range of specialty stabiliser blends.More than just beautiful imagery, product pages include the key details food experts of their industry need to know, along with helpful definitions for those looking to increase their knowledge.

Of course, the site had to work flawlessly across all devices and screen sizes. Finally, ordering had to be simple and using the site had to be enjoy.

KIRAN MAMANIA.
CEO, HARSHA ENTERPRISES

“The thing we like about iBridge Digital is they take ownership of your idea.”

Animations

animated
Effects
Effects
Effects

Each animated transition presents a design featured in the documentary. Transitions take place when a user loads a page, ensuring the audience is entertained with a design-oriented, playful environment at all times. Geek-insider: JavaScript (Barba.js) and CSS-based animations were used to build and manage these transitions, creating a seamless and continuous experience throughout the website.

Traffic over 6 months

300K

Mobile traffic

90%
The results

We created a complete brand identity for the ice cream stabiliser Market, a holding page which helped gain initial traction and helped him build the brand recognition. The landing page was designed to romanticise the concept, making people feel the same way we did when we first learnt about the problem. Using friendly, short copy paired with bright imagery, we gave the user a narrative, urging them to easily connect and order.

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