Rampant TV Website Design
Web Design

Client: Rampant.TV
Release: Oct 2015
Website: https://www.rampant.tv/
Tags: Branding, Digital, Web

WARNING
The site is most definitely NSFW!

Rampant TV website redesign was a long overdue project. Within the adult industry content is king, which I suppose is true of a lot of industries. However, within the porn industry this always seems to come as detriment to good, practical design. Rampant TV is a complex website and the resign needed to improve not only the look but also the functionality and accessibility of the site. Using a strong, dark colour scheme and putting the emphasis on the streaming and the ability for the users to login and register in as few clicks as possible. RampantTV now boasts a site that out performing it's competitors! It is not only accessible and usable on all devices but each responsive version enhances the user experience and is rightly cementing it's place as leader in the industry. For this project I was responsible for the design and most of the front end development. I also worked closely with other developers on parts of the backend. The site was built in php and using a framework called materialze.


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WARNING
The site is most definitely NSFW!

Rampant TV website redesign was a long overdue project. Within the adult industry content is king, which I suppose is true of a lot of industries. However, within the porn industry this always seems to come as detriment to good, practical design. Rampant TV is a complex website and the resign needed to improve not only the look but also the functionality and accessibility of the site. Using a strong, dark colour scheme and putting the emphasis on the streaming and the ability for the users to login and register in as few clicks as possible. RampantTV now boasts a site that out performing it's competitors! It is not only accessible and usable on all devices but each responsive version enhances the user experience and is rightly cementing it's place as leader in the industry. For this project I was responsible for the design and most of the front end development. I also worked closely with other developers on parts of the backend. The site was built in php and using a framework called materialze.