So it’s Monday again. A new week.
We are here as always to help you start the week in a creative way.
In this week, we’ve tried to focus on traveling sector.
Websites like Booking.com, EasyJet, Trip Advisor.. they have a winning interface that using ultra-smart algorithms and analytics who monitoring the user in a few methods – and that help to “close the deal” and finish the staying in the site with the credit card.
Let’s take a look and see what we can learn from about UX and UI as well.
A first glance at the top flight booking sites on the first page of Google shows us that the interface is quite minimalist and focuses on the flight booking process.
In addition to booking the flight, there is a system for returning customers – viewing the ticket and the details of the flight (personal area), at sites such as EasyJet also try to offer you a hotel or car as part of the deal – all in order to invest some more money through the site.
Of course, on the main page, which is the pillar from which the funnel starts to work, there is a pastoral picture of an amazing tourist area somewhere in the world, something that can certainly stimulate the desire to board a flight and take a trip.
Desktop vs mobile (or: ux is matters)
While the sites on the laptop or desktop provide us with a “tourist” experience and provide an atmosphere that pushes the user to start the flight booking process, the mobile sites do not have any such experience – and they are completely functional, apparently with the understanding that someone who enters the site via cellular phone looks for efficiency and speed and of course knows better Where to get to the sales process – to order a flight to a foreign country.
As we can see, the sites look just like apps.
The buttons are prominent colors, and the fields of forms – white on a dark background – all this in order to reduce the chances that the surfer will get confused in the filling process and leave the page.
The same user experience method also works on hotel and vehicle booking sites – and all sites offer complementary services to the product they sell, assuming that when a user searches for one of them, he will probably look for the rest.
A codepan that i loved
codepan.io is a wonderful site. You can find code snippets of very talented programmers from all over the world, it’s good for inspiration, and there are those who also use free code snippets that are available for use on the site.
A great job of a tourism application interface, with the ability to demonstrate the functional use of menus and various components.
The user experience and design of the app are simply great.
What’s amazing is how Web-based applications can be graphically powerful, without using an application that uses all the power of the mobile phone’s processors.
A great job to redesign the Google Flight Booking and Tracking System.
Very simple use of Google color palettes, very nice interface clean and easy to use.
That’s how we like to open our week.
Hope you enjoyed!
Now it will be easier to start the week
That’s how you start a week!
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