Behind Gravisi is Jesper Oehlenschläger, and he teaches grown-ups to catch a pencil and facilitate processes with drawings. His new website is hand-drawn and he got his very own unique font. The website is easily maintained and automates the rest.

Gravisi

Year

2019

What I did

  • Design
  • Frontend
  • Wordpress
  • Concept
  • Communication

Gravisi’s old website didn’t handle payment or course sign up. It required trivial hand-typing registering and accounting. And when you’re just one person firm that not where you want to spend your time. The old design was also your typical standard WordPress theme.

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Behind Gravisis is Jesper, and for the last 5 years, he has taught over 4000 grown-ups to draw. Drawing has been his go-to tool for facilitating process and coaching leaders for over 20 years. And as a one-man-band firm, his website has to grab its own pencil and start helping him.

My role

I, too, was a one-man-band on this project. I did the research, structured, designed and coded the project. Jesper, of course, helped a lot with his awesome hand-drawn illustrations.

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The solution was to have the design shine of Jesper’s charisma. All hand-drawn from illustrations to the new custom typeface. Jesper drew the letters, and I made the font. The content is written to be from Jesper directly.

The website is a brand new Wordpress site. Complete with an integrated WooCommerce shop. And yeps - it handles the accounting automatically.

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It was awesome to work with Jesper and Gravisi, getting to design around Jesper’s illustrations. Creating a font and using it on the site, was a first-time. And the really makes the website shine of personality.