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Designed to encourage higher traffic, return visits and increased conversion: a revitalised web presence for the Tradewinds Hotel, an iconic food & accomodation venue in Perth, Western Australia.

  • Responsive Design
  • User Experience
  • Custom Development
  • On-Site Accommodations Bookings

Recognition

2017 Australian Web Awards National Finalist

Tradewinds Hotels Branding elements featured on the website

High-impact brand message

Through imagery, typography, colour and tone, this reimagined digital presence conveys the “sophistication meets heritage” feel that embodies the Tradewinds Hotel experience.

ipad device showing tradewinds book search

Integrated third-party booking system

We went to great lengths to preserve continuity between the deliberately crafted design and the hotel’s third-party bookings platform. This ensures a seamless experience for visitors at a critical juncture in the user journey.

Comfort and style

“Landing page” principles applied to key pages maintains immersion as users search for information. The site is intuitive to navigate, with content laid out for easy consumption and high visual impact.

Tradewinds landing pages in mobile and ipad devices

Accommodating every device

Accessible and responsive, combining solid design principles with best practice development — a holistic approach that delivers an outstanding user experience across every device.

“You guys have been brilliant, we couldn't have asked for more and are really looking forward to working with you on future projects. Everyone has been fantastic, a special shout out to Jess for always taking my calls and being extremely attentive whenever i have had a question.”

Michael Prendiville
Brand Manager
Tradewinds homepage screenshot

Sophistication meets character

Inspired by history. Informed by modern luxury, sophistication and digital best practice. This culmination of expertise in web and user experience design conveys the Tradewinds brand promise through both function and form.