Pleasurewood Hills Unveils New Website
Pleasurewood Hills has teamed up with Lowestoft company Graphitas to create a new look website for the 2021 season.
The site is fully compatible with mobile devices and pcs and has been created with the user in mind.
By logging on to the site, you’ll be able to find all the details you’ll need including a park map, accessibility information and upcoming events. A new ride height ‘slider’ gives visitors an easy-to-use guide to the rides they can go on and any that may be off limits. The ‘ride status’ page is updated in real time to help visitors plan their day. And, if you’re looking at the ride information pages, the site will also point you to others you might like to try. As you’d expect, the site also features the all-important booking page which means a visit to the park is just a few clicks away.
Marketing and Sales Manager of Pleasurewood Hills, Andrew Fuller, is thrilled about the new design: “We are collectively continuing to move further into a digital future and a new website was a firm decision. We have created a mobile first platform that is clear and concise, easy to navigate and fun to use. We are proud of our partnership with Graphitas on this project who have excelled all expectations and delivered an amazing website.”
Lacy Alexander, Art Director at Graphitas said “Pleasurewood Hills are a fantastic brand and it has been a pleasure to work alongside their team to design and build the new website. Our brief was to reimagine the site to promote rides, facilities and the family fun provided by the park, while at the same time making the site easy to navigate and visually engaging. We are really proud of the end result and what better way is there to announce that Pleasurewood Hills is open after lockdown, back and better than ever!”
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