Waterman's Hotel and Accommodation

The team at Watermans contacted Domin8 Designs to redevelop their websites, in order to match the physical updates happening at the boutique Salamanca venue.

Project Problem Statement

Watermans had two existing websites, one completely broken, and one semi functional. We had to start by redeveloping both the content, and the visual identity - as well as a strong focus on the revamped accommodation arm of the business.

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Project Type

Website Update

Client

Watermans

Project Features

  • website brief development;
  • key audience analysis;
  • website design and development;
  • website animations;
  • mobile and tablet views;
  • full CMS hosting.

Project Wrap

The Waterman's website was developed in late 2019 and launched in early 2020.

The improved online presence immediately saw an increase through the website's contact form, as well as bookings overall thanks to a simple, but improved navigation.

The website features big imagery and bold headings, and we added some very light interactions in the match Watermans subtly boutique brand.

Additions and amendments to the rooms, and menu items, are made easy thanks to the way we setup these in the content management system (CMS).

We also integrated their existing booking platform to not lose this functionality.

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