Weather2Travel.com launches new responsive website & brand identity
Date: April 2015
We're delighted to unveil our new, fully responsive, website along with a new look brand identity. The website features four key areas central to our offer at Weather2Travel.com:
- bespoke destination search - look for holiday destinations by region, climate, and/or month
- travel deals and discounts - current online offers and codes, some exclusive, for travel, including flights, holidays, hotels, car hire and more from leading brands
- detailed weather information - from annual averages to weekly forecasts, find information on the climate in more than 4,000 destinations worldwide, including new graphic displays
- original blog content - expertly researched and written articles designed to inspire and inform readers
We worked with the team at Edward Robertson Digital Design to create a site that's easy to use with a simple interface and good user experience. A crucial element of the new site was to ensure it was fully responsive, as we want to meet the needs of our many mobile users going forward.
As for our new brand, we wanted an updated look and feel, and with designer Al Bates. Every detail from our logo to the font, colours, and weather graphics, has been upgraded.
Colin Carter, director at Weather2Travel.com, said of the project: "We're very excited about the new website. It pairs a modern look with a dynamic approach that will help further both our users needs and our relationships with leading travel brands."
These two developments offer far more than just a facelift: they work together to help define Weather2Travel.com, showcasing our expertise in the fields of weather and travel, while giving us a distinct path to follow on the road ahead.
For further information, please contact us.
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