Just like you enjoy bringing in and showcasing trendy new frame styles and office décor, we here at EyeMotion like to create fresh website looks that stand out from the crowd. That’s why we decided it was time to develop a new Advanced design, and why we are excited to premiere STEREO, our latest look.
What sets this design apart? We’re glad you asked!
While there are no moustaches or plaid flannel shirts in sight, our STEREO design has a touch of retro, hipster vibe going on. You’ve no doubt noticed eyeglasses are everywhere in design these days—fabrics, purses, wall art, etc.—and we decided to get in on the action. We layered a fun glasses background panel on top of pinstripes to create a subtle parallax motion caused by these background images moving at different speeds. You can see it in action here.
Like all our designs, STEREO is fully responsive, which means it will look great whether your patients are viewing it on laptops, tablets, or smart phones. We will customize the layout just for you, based on the features you need on the home page and what priorities those features should have. It also comes in 6 eye-catching color palettes. Love the design, but need it to match your logo and office interior? No problem—we can customize the color for a small fee.
Just like you might keep an eye on frame styles and office décor fashions, we here at EyeMotion like to stay current with the latest website trends.
That’s why we decided it was time to develop a new Advanced design, and why we are excited to premiere VISION, our latest look. We gave Vision its name because of its 100% full-width design and bold color accents. Video slideshows and background video elements also make an entrance in this new look!*
What do you get when you combine strong simple colors, eye-catching graphics, and a great optometry practice? Our recently-completed website for Drs. Coulter, McRoy & Associates, of course!
This site was built with Scenic (style 3), our newest Advanced design. Instead of a large static photo at top, the practice requested a looping video of a dilating pupil, which does a great job of adding interest and capturing attention. We also added some other special touches, such as some of the home page graphics that slide into place as the viewer scrolls down the page.