Thanks to advances in technology, we’re able to throw the hardest parties, and Hit Mix Bingo know exactly how to get it done
With their computer software, users can create custom-made music or video bingo games. Once you’ve added music, printed your cards, and got your eyes down, playing bingo will never be the same. It’s an exciting model to hit the market, so our client needed an impressive website to show it all off.
Here’s how our UK web design team turned this project into a full house.
Web design: interface
Web interfaces make it possible for visitors to interact with the website systems. Whether they are looking for a new outfit on an eCommerce page, or viewing images on a website portfolio page, the interface enables visitors to consume, manipulate, and access information.
In the context of our client, the interface not only needed to look nice – it needed to help users learn more about the product at hand, and, more importantly, encourage them to use it.
First, the visuals. For our UK web design team, attractive web design visuals are absolutely crucial to perfecting the navigation experience. If users don’t enjoy the look and feel of a website, they’ll see themselves to the door.
Our web design team will work with you to get your web interface the right look for your business. Which is exactly what they did for HitMix Bingo, who wanted a fun, bubbly, and inspiring interface to make for a vibrant and unique navigational experience.
The result was a website full of colour, personality, and vigour.
From the pink colour palette to bubbly typeface, rounded images to inviting above-the-fold sliders – this website says everything you need to know about our client.
But not only do our designers know what to say and when with web design; they know when to step back and let space do the talking. Across our client’s new homepage, you’ll notice that our designers have balanced content with white and pink space.
Whether it’s on the plain white background or pink content banners, we’ve helped foreground meaningful content by balancing it with negative spaces.
And at its core, the homepage is effortlessly minimal. When users scroll past the image slider, they’re greeted with some content which tells you more about the product. Further down, a centralised services banner helps users find where they need to go next.
Whether it’s the rounded images, the pink headers or pink call to actions, this minimal interface is both on-brand and customer-friendly, making for a healthier browsing experience. And who doesn’t want that?
Websites built for customers
Not only does this website look good, it functions as a helpful resource for users of the game. From the how to host and play pages to the user guide, FAQ and get in touch pages, users of this website can be assured that web design is geared for and around them, from beginning to end.
Because our websites don’t just look easy on the eye – they work.