2017 is almost over. The Boomerang team have been really busy over the past 12 months, building website after website.
We thought we would round up the financial year with some of our favourite Web Design and UX/UI features that we are most proud of.
Parallax on Holly Mills
As you land on the one page website for Holly Mills, you can see a parallax scrolling effect that draws your attention to the logo and branding, and Holly herself, mid-jump.
Parallax scrolling is a multi-layered image effect while scrolling horizontally or vertically, that you might remember from 2D video-games, like Mario.
This composition and special effect are a good way to let the user know what the page is about, experiencing it from the first moments of their visit.
Carousel on Hadley’s Hairdressing
Galleries are great – but we knew when building the new website for Hadley’s Hairdressing that we wanted something more interactive. We created a carousel which shows one image in focus at any time, whilst the other images have a sepia effect and are blurred out.
Design and branding of Wau
The power of colour should never be underestimated! Wau is a fun and friendly place to enjoy authentic Malaysian street food, and we created an incredibly vibrant brand to reflect their businesses culture. The design is friendly, warm, and exciting and will be recognised wherever it is seen. Wau has definitely been one of our favourite projects this year!
We are excited for what 2018 will bring! If you’d like to discuss your project with us for next year, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to meet you!
Front End Web Developer
Thursday, November 16, 2017 10:59:13 AM
Your audience’s first impression of your business is now based almost exclusively on your website – which means it needs to make the perfect impression of your organisation. It should establish your brand, provide information on your products or services, and ultimately prove to be one of your most important sales tools.
Friday, May 4, 2018 12:52:04 PM
Did you know that 70% of graphic design students are women; yet only 11% are Creative Directors?
Monday, April 23, 2018 9:21:16 AM
Much of the internet is interactive. You can press ‘like’ buttons, ‘share’ buttons, add comments to blogs – but most interactivity is found in the ‘social sphere’. However, businesses still need to include interactivity on their website to excite and engage visitors.
Thursday, March 1, 2018 11:19:49 AM