Amazing Job! It was a tough decision between all these designs and I can't believed the quality of what we were delivered.
Absolutely great work. Very uncomplicated and quick in response. We will definitely come back.
How Treinhard started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We’re a tour company offering private (not bus) moderate to high price package and custom tours of Morocco for couples and families. Usual clients are middle to upper class professionals from 35 to 65 years old. Website is our catalog of tour itineraries (currently 3 itineraries, 8-10 days long, with additional itineraries being planned) with each day fully described with text and photos. Clients can’t book directly from the site, but must contact us so we can work with them to finalize and customize their tour.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
The art deco style of the 20th century that symbolized the Golden Age of Travel. The palettes and art deco style seem so perfectly suited to Morocco with their highly stylized, elegant geometric shapes matching the highly symmetrical Moroccan architecture. The advertisements at the time used vibrant colors in an opulent approach to encourage potential travelers, showing the historical in a new, energetic way.
Home page should list the tours we offer with a small photo and brief description for each, be able to navigate to the tours, to an about us page, faq’s page, contact us page and have links to our legal statement and list our professional license information. Needs to be more artistic than flashy that conveys the history and culture of Morocco more than “adventure.” We’ll be adding tours often, so need to be able to expand to accommodate them.
Second page will be the template used for our day by day description of tours, FAQ’s, contact us, etc. Need to be expandable to handle anywhere from 1 paragraph to 5 paragraphs of narrative. Need to be able to navigate from day to day of the itinerary.
What to avoid
Forget modern, trendy or hip. We don’t blog. Most of our clients are older professionals, so the site needs to be easy to navigate and fast to load.