Buzzwebs Website Design’s

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This four-page website layout was developed for a photography business, but could easily be adapted to suit any company that creates or sells visual products. We’re thinking artists, sculptors, architects, shopfitters, set designers, tattoo studios, interior designers, landscape gardners, cake decorators…

You’d only be limited by your imagination. How could your business benefit?

Remember: the images below just show a mock-up of the site layout with placeholder pictures and text, just to give you an idea of what’s possible.

The finished site is sure to look fantastic with your own logo, text and images of the correct size.

If there are any parts or sections you don’t need, we can remove them with no trouble.

Like this layout but not the colour scheme? We’ll change it for you.

Hate the font? That’s really not a problem. We’ll be more than happy to switch it for something you love.

The first thing your visitors will see is a full-width image, prominently overlaid with your company name and tag line. A button will take them straight to your contact page.

 

Scrolling down, they’ll see a sample of the kinds of visual products you offer, alongside your description of what you do (or inspires you, or…)

Then further down is another full-width image with your logo and slogan overlaid. 

 

Once again, your visitors have a button linking to your contact page.

Below that is a section outlining key elements of your business…

…followed by a section linking to portfolio pages for the different categories of your products.

Testimonials from previous happy clients really help to convince potential customers that you’re a great match for their needs.

A quick-contact section is at the bottom of this page, to make it even easier for people to get in touch.

 

This is how your portfolio pages will look.

 

 

Here is your opportunity to really show off what you can do, making potential clients think, “I want that”.
You can have as many of these as you have sections in your portfolio. (For example, a photographer might want separate pages for weddings, landscapes, portraits, etc).
A quick-contact form is located at the bottom of the page.

This is the “about us” page.

 

People will want to know about who you are, and how you can make their lives better – boast away!

 

You can describe things like your experience, qualifications, standards you work to, awards you’ve won or specialist equipment you use.

 

Your customers will see that you know your stuff and that they’ll be in safe hands with you.

 

Again, a quick-contact section below tempts visitors to get in touch.

This is the “contact us” page. While there is a quick-contact section at the bottom of every page in this layout, here is where your visitors will find such useful information as your landline mobile and fax numbers (as required), your email address, physical address and hours of business. Of course, there’s always a quick-contact section as well, if they just want the convenience of dashing off a short note.

If you'd like your next website to be like this, get in touch!

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