The Park of Doom

A sim­ple de­sign and lots of im­agery help ramp up users’ ex­cite­ment on this site

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The Park of Doom is a sim­ple, easy to use site for visi­tors of all ages. A key fea­ture on the home­page is the large pho­tos, videos and de­tails about the ride ex­pe­ri­ences on of­fer – th­ese aim to boost up chil­dren’s ex­cite­ment about the park.

A sim­ple nav­i­ga­tion menu opens up to pro­vide more de­tails about the ride sec­tion. The user can then click on the link to open up that par­tic­u­lar ride’s page to see more pho­tos, videos, height and age in­for­ma­tion. There will also be calls to ac­tion for buy­ing tick­ets, de­tails of hours of op­er­a­tion and more.

The in­ter­face feels ex­cit­ing, start­ing with a sin­gle, close-up photo of a roller­coaster. The videos will open fullscreen in a light­box within the site, and in­te­rior pages will fea­ture par­al­lax scrolling, with large im­ages bro­ken up by white space.

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