To help Millia to get a good exposure, her responsive website features snippets of news, upcoming gigs and a custom music player (pulling in her repertoire from SoundCloud). As well as marketing materials such as a photo gallery, biography and press kits.
After the launch, the website got featured in various music related blogs and helped the artist gathering more media attention and gig invitations in the UK, Holland and Portugal.
Despite this initial traction, Millia Oz later paused her musical career to focus on a secondary path of her professional career. But I’m sure sooner or later she will be back.
As this project ran on a shoestring, I tackled most of the tasks to bring it to life. Starting with photography, writing content and promotional material, the UX and UI design, moving on to building the backend and finally the frontend of the website.
I absolutely enjoyed working with João. I had never worked on a similar project before, so I had to trust him entirely. And I’m glad I did, as the final result is amazing. Even in the photo shoot we did was quite a pleasant experience. I hope we can collaborate again in a near future.