On November 2013, I helped design the Juice Hut brand as they planned and prepared to open a small store in UST. Little did we know that Juice Hut will eventually become an online store with over five thousand followers on Instagram and Facebook, delivering fresh, all-natural, fruit and vegetable juices to doorsteps everyday.
I remember carving a rubber stamp for JH to use on their brown paper bag packaging. Now their juice bottles come in colorful, glossy, waterproof sticker labels and are delivered in handsome looking thermal bags. JH has definitely come a long way from when it started and I feel very proud to be part of its exciting juicing journey.
So of course I’m also very pleased to be part of the team that put together their website. Yes! Now you can order your juices with just a few mouse clicks!
The site went live on New Year’s Eve and it’s somewhat a “dream come true” for JH owner, Mia Sison. She has been wanting to have a place easily accessible where all questions about the juices, the cleansing program and other Juice Hut products can be answered. It’s also a very convenient way to carefully select flavors, order and pay.
Design graphics and creative direction for JuiceHutManila.com was done by me but I worked with a team of talented and hardworking people. Mia Sison, founder, owner and also juicing expert, held the vision of how the site should operate, wrote and provided all content. Marge Aberasturi of www.margeaberasturi.com was overall coordinator and took charge of all the technical aspects of the website. Layout was done by Patricia Alix-Villa of www.fancygirldesignstudio.com. (Congratulations, ladies! It was a pleasure working with you!)
I do invite you to check out Juice Hut’s little home on the web. Even better, go get yourself some of those yummy juices (cause they really are!). Not only are they delicious, they are also very good for you!