CT Inspirations

CT Web Design Inspirations – January 2016

Welcome to 2016! These are our choices for January. We hope you’ll enjoy it. If you’ve seen anything that have inspired you, share it with us in comments.

Justyna – Web Design Team:

‘I really like the idea of the Virtual Tabletop. It is a great way to engage with the audience in an interactive way and make shopping for your tableware interesting. Although the rest of the website could follow visually for a better effect.’ Visit Website

This is interactive element at its best- not too much not too little, executed nicely.

This is an interactive element at its best- not too much not too little, executed nicely.

Maria – Director:

‘Dirty Fingers is bright, funky and I love the navigation buttons which look like fabric and make it easy to find your way around.’ Visit Website

Dirty Fingers

Fun and colourful website resembles the brand.

Jonathan – Web Design Team:

‘When I first found this website, I really enjoyed the use of new and contemporary functions/designs used throughout the website. The use of video really grabbed my attention straight away, and when you open the menu via the button on the top right of the screen it looked very engaging and made browsing the website very easy going.’ Visit Website

HLK Agency

The navigation on this website is fantastic and very different to most websites out there.

Andrew – Web Design Team:

‘I liked this website because it uses parallax scrolling really well with its great images and integrated videos. Scrolling down the page, it shows you more and more of the benefits of staying at one of their hotels. It’s very easy to navigate and to book a room also, which is the main purpose of this site.’ Visit Website

Shires Hotels

The website takes you on a very convincing and visually pleasing journey.

Paul – Director:

‘I like ILG UK’s purely for the personal interaction of the staff member videos into the site which gives it a real appealing and honest personality’ Visit Website


Making a website personal can make people relate better to the product.