Mirjam’s old website had a lot of pages with very little information on it. Therefor the users had to click a lot in order to get the information they wanted. Therefor the goal of the redesign was to create an experience for the users just by scrolling. So that everything could be easily accessed from the home page.
Peter (founder) has been a fan of Africa since 2000 after he had travelled all around the world. He wanted other people to experience Africa the same way as he did. That’s why he founded More Of Africa where Peter will handpick destinations and arrange the perfect Africa trips.
The old website had missing pages, an old design and old content. Peter wanted something fresh that could last for a few years. More visuals and less text. Because in what other way can you capture the beauty of Africa better than in pictures?
I did a lot of research because I didn’t want to end up like an average travel website. I wanted to show the people very specific information about their potential trip so that they could already experience the trip a little bit on the website. That’s why we choose to create a separate page for each tour, destination and experience. After a few months we ended up with this beautiful Africa website. Peter received a lot of positive feedback already, and I’m also really proud of this one.
This is on the 3 overview pages where the users can see a visual overview of all the potential destinations they can travel to. There is a page beneath all those pages with more information about and photography.
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The final bookings page where people can fill in their preferences to get more information about a specific trip. This form is connected to Peter’s email so he will automatically get a notification when somebody fills out the form.
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