Website Design & Development Case Study

Cacao Museum

A chocolate shop in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, specializing in bean-to-bar, fair-trade jewelry. They organize tastings, workshops, dinners, expositions, tours, and lectures. This project also required embedded newsletter subscription and a blog page. The website was designed to reflect the premises, using elements from the store and showcasing the rugged beauty of chocolate making.


  • Cacao Museum


  • We design
  • UI / UX
  • Website Build
  • Newsletter


  • 18 Pages
  • Photographs
  • Icons
  • Styleguide
  • WordPress Build


  • SEO
  • Analytics
  • Google Maps

Style & Imagery


HEX: #F8F8F8
RGB: 248,248,248


RGB: 220,163,125


HEX: #843C09
RGB: 132,60,9


HEX: #000000
RGB: 0,0,0


Parisiene 32pt

Oswald Semi Bold 24pt

Parisienne is a casual connecting script inspired by a 1960s Bra advertisement! It has a slight bounce and intentional irregularity to what might other wise appear to be a more formal script font. Classic, yet free spirited, it is a typestyle for a wide variety of use.

Nunito Regular 16pt

Nunito Bold 16pt

Nunito is a well balanced sans serif typeface created by Vernon Adams as a rounded terminal sans serif for display typography. Jacques Le Bailly extended it to a full set of weights, and an accompanying regular non-rounded terminal version


The logo is an integral part of the CACAO MUSEUM  brand and should be used thoughtfully and consistently.

The color scheme of the website follows a rich chocolate theme using cream, browns and a rich black

The backgrounds are mixed between the wooden aesthetics of the shop interior and bold solid colors.

The fonts are chosen to give a balance of luxury and elegance with clear and easy reading. 

The project is 99% complete as the client is adding new experiences all the time and is required to deliver copy to fully describe what is included.

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