The existing Top End Gran Fondo website provided information, however in an unorganised approach. The visuals of the page also didn't fully reflect the upbeat, exciting nature of the event.View live project
The updated Top End Gran Fondo website was launched in April 2018, in line with the official event launch.
The new website retains a basic layout, however visual elements and interactions help give this website an edge and relate it back to the event theme.
The use of colour - the vibrant orange and yellows - and photos from the event give relevance to the website.
A simple navigation enables visitors to easily navigate to key areas, including a 'frequently asked questions' page that is setup in the content management system (CMS) that allows the client to add/edit any additional information themselves.
The website, as with all Domin8 Designs sites, features a fully responsive design as well as implementation of basic SEO.
Having facilitated a handful of visitor contact enquiries about the event already, we're pleased to have been able to deliver a platform that better represents the event it promotes; and we are eager to see how the website performs in the lead up to the event!
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