Towards the end of 2012 (give or take), a new trend started to grow in Web Design – the one-page website.
Unlike single-serving sites which has only one purpose, hence the name, these new websites are full and complete websites mainly for small and mid-size businesses. All their content are beautifully laid out on the homepage. This includes the common website sections:
- the homepage (the attention-grabber)
- list of products or services
- company info
- sample work or products
- contact info
When I finally decided to go into web design full time, K Event Architects presented me this challenge. I had never done a one-page website all on my own before, this was to be my first. As expected, there were challenges. Extra time had to be allocated to study the structure of the theme I chose. While the effect is the same, different themes have different approaches on how to achieve the one-page layout.
Thankfully, I was able to accomplish the project. Not only that, my HTML and CSS skills got a much needed re-sharpening.
Though K Event Architects is still a far cry from other full featured one-page sites, it was what I needed when I needed it. I am very grateful to Krinel and her team.