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Website of the Week: Halliloo Longhorn Beef

This week's website of the week goes to Halliloo Longhorn Beef, known for their prize winning traditional beef, with big names such as Heston Blumenthal proudly using their meat in his beef dishes!

Halliloo Longhorn Beef were looking for a simple, yet professional one-page website promoting their speciality beef. With concise and easy to follow content, with a product section to make your order via PayPal 'add to cart' buttons, the website needed to be easy to use and to reflect the company branding and reputation.

The site scales to the device it's on
Project Manager Andy took to creating a sleek and sophisticated design on our responsive platform, ensuring that the website looks good and functions correctly on a range of devices. Selecting a black, full width panel layout, this gave him the opportunity to let Haliloo's beautifully taken professional photographs stand out and become the main focus of the page.

Each panel is laid out in a way that is easy on the eye and easy to follow. The product and pricing information is on a white background panel so that it's clear to see.

With parallax scrolling on the imagery, the website has a very fluid scroll, meaning that even though you need to scroll through each panel to reach them, it has interesting and engaging content throughout.

The website was built, using the clients existing branding colours and logo. With an addition of a very light filter over the images to make sure that the colours don't drown out the content on the pages.

Every detail on the page has been carefully constructed and put into place, and the end result is a really high-end, Google Friendly website that passed the 'mobile friendly' test with flying colours.

The client gave us 5 out of 5 stars and loved that they can update the website content whenever they like, using our Content Management System, The Toolkit!

To take a look at other websites we have created, please feel free to browse our portfolio, or for a more extensive range, why not take a look at our Pinterest page?