Clean Web Design for Happy Skin Kitchen

Elisa, otherwise known asĀ Happy Skin Kitchen is a food blogger based in London, who creates food recipes to tackle common skin problems.

The brief was simple: create a readable, easy-to-use blog which complements the fantastic food photography that has gained Happy Skin Kitchen the hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers from all over the world.

Happy Skin Kitchen recipes are created with beautiful skin in mind and are completely natural in origin: Elisa suffered with hormonal acne and the best cure for her has been her diet, inspiring the exciting recipes she creates.

The typography for the Happy Skin Kitchen blog design was carefully selected to reflect Elisa and her food. The headline font, Italian inspired as an ode to Elisa’s roots; the supporting typeface is a hand-drawn font to fit in with the hand-made aspect and logo. Additionally, the accentuated, sans-serif typeface gives details and call-to-actions that friendliness Happy Skin Kitchen food and Elisa herself regularly demonstrate.

The quest for beautiful skin starts on your plate

Happy Skin Kitchen

The design for the Happy Skin Kitchen website had the very origin of the blog in mind, elegant but simple and honest. The logo served as a basis to brand the rest of the website, producing a limited palette of blacks, whites and greys, with an accent of Tea Green to bring it all together and give it warmth and a natural feel.

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