We began our list of memorable websites from the past year in last week’s post. This week we continue with the top four Graphically Speaking website development from 2013.
This Cobs Bread website is a Sitefinity site with a lot of awesome features. These features include a news module with a dynamic feed on the home page, a powerful search function for their many products, and a store locator. The product images are beautifully incorporated into the site’s design and if that isn’t enough to make visitors hungry, the visually appealing recipe page surely will! We also created several web forms on their contact page, customer feedback page and their news sign-up page, which encourages users to engage and stay connected.
We’re especially proud of the fact that this content-heavy Sitefinity site was completed in a tight four-month timeline. Our designers created a visually compelling site, designing unique overview pages, banners and calls-to-action for each section. Our talented programmers custom designed a widget which allows users to easily find the used equipment they need, as well as a sticky menu on the desktop version and a collapsible menu on mobile.
Our designers worked with Vancity to achieve a website that is not only visually appealing, but easy and friendly to navigate. We worked hard to incorporate Vancity’s well-known branding into the design, giving the site a clean, bright, modern feel while still keeping it down-to-earth and welcoming.
The positive client feedback in response to this Sitefinity site makes it one of our favorites! The City of Campbell River wanted a site for its residents and visitors, so many of its features were designed with usability in mind. An ‘I-Want-To’ slider function in the top utility menu allows users to find what they’re looking for quickly and easily while a text resizer and Google Translate function provides inclusive access for a wide variety of users. A dynamic news and events feed on the home page keeps content fresh and relevant while a poll function allows the city to better understand the community’s public opinion.
Be sure to check back in January for Graphically Speaking’s top web trends of 2014.