New website design for hotel
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Project Budget$750 - $1500 USD
We currently have a successful website but it is now outdated and would like to have a website which is more attractive but also compatible with iPads/iphones and androids.
We want a custom responsive website build. The primary project goals are to: rework the Information architecture of the existing site to rationalise and simplify the user interface so that navigation and orientation easy and logical; make-over the design aesthetic to provide for a modern, professional, high-quality and rewarding visitor experience; to optimise site interface for smart phone and tablet use; to provide an international standard Content Management System (CMS); to ensure the content serves to reward site visits and prompt contact. The website needs to incorporate responsive design which delivers different layouts based on device screen size for both mobile accessibility and optimal display performance at different screen sizes. Need to build the site to the latest web standards technologies, utilising standards-compliant HTML and CSS. The site will be built it on the New Zealand Government adopted Content Management System - SilverStripe.
Site architecture and site-wide template(s) and responsive designs - (I will provide website design images)
Pages type templates and pages built on SilverStripe CMS
Blog or news system templates and UI
Initial content uploading and formatting
SEO tools integration, Google map API integration, Google Analytics set up and social media links
CMS training and provision of basic user guide
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