It was last year when Google introduced ‘Material Design’ - a new design lingo that was praised for changing the game. But it wasn’t until recently Google has started testing material design on their desktop search results page to a handful number of users, according to Android Authority.
One of the challenges facing hospitality web design is to have a seamless online booking tool to compete against OTAs who are inherently adept at the digital online experience.
Hamburger menus are commonly used as a navigation menu on both desktop and mobile interface. But when to use / avoid them in web design?
Amidst the mounting competition, Uber undoubtedly remains the leader in the marketplace. However, Lyft has more than doubled its number of drivers since its launch, and is now rife across the United States (with a more meticulous global expansion strategy than Uber). It’s about to get a lot more interesting.
You’re not the only one who had enough of slow-loading websites and pop-up ads. Join the growing group of 7.3m consumers in the UK who are using ad-blocking technologies to tackle the issue. While it is hard to assess the impact, the trend has one clear message to all the publishers, marketers and advertisers out there: It’s time to put user experience first (Digiday).
So last year we saw a sudden craze in virtual reality among brands of diverse kinds. Fashion was no exception. As we have already talked about this a while ago, virtual reality technology has swept the world of fashion by combining VR and catwalk shows, that were traditionally rendered as exclusive to a handful number of carefully selected people.
Products pages are the lifeblood of a successful eCommerce site. They often determine how your products and information are presented. But it could also get tricky by cramming all images and every piece of information into a single page. We explore some innovative eCommerce product page designs that engage visitors throughout their journeys.
Hospitality businesses need to understand and adapt to the rapidly changing customer expectations. The quest for experience-focused holidays is not exclusive for the generation of vintage fashion and cool tattoos. The luxury travelers, who are supposedly at the other end of the hospitality market segment, are also looking out for personalised experiential travel.