From our early conversations with the client, it was clear that maintaining an consistent and immersive experience for the viewer across all devices was important.
By considering multiple screen sizes, from the beginning, we were able to build a design that could adapt while maintaining a rich content experience. Throughout, the design has been kept clean and easy to navigate and gives users quick access to the latest content.
We spent the first few weeks researching existing blogs and travel websites to understand what already exists and how we could improve this user experience. Given the nature of the topic it was fairly obvious from the start that the website needed to utilise full screen and vibrant imagery. These images were carefully selected to work on mobile devices too. We didn’t want the reduced image size to lose its impact.
WHAT WE DELIVERED
User experience design
built using WordPress
Chris Baker, Lead Designer
Lance Latchman, Voyagers Converse
The nature of Voyagers Converse content collection, through travelling to distant locations and speaking with travellers all over the world, meant that adding fresh content to the site needed to be straightforward and quick for someone on the go.
With this in mind, the backend has been designed so that when a new video or story needs to adding, all the client needs to do is fill in the relevant fields and click upload. There’s no coding knowledge or formatting required, so the client can get what they done with the minimum of effort.