As I mentioned in my last post, Targhee’s site starts in a really intriguing way. But the more I dug into their design, copy, and navigation the more I found myself nodding in agreement to some of the decisions they’ve made.
There are a lot of examples by this, but I want to share one.
I’m a big believer in giving potential guests recipes. In taking this grocery store of things someone could do at your resort and simply grouping some of the common, complimentary ones in a way that makes it easy for folks to see what an experience at your mountain could look like.
So when I saw these CTAs right below their “here’s why to buy our products” info block, I was instantly intrigued.
Those two links head to two simple pages that simply put links to key info:
Using some of the beautifully designed content blocks in their design, the content flows really well and looks fantastic.
If you have a few minutes, explore Targhee’s website. It’s a really nice concept that blends traditional header navigation with some modern content blocks and very succinct, light copy to create a really nice site that’s easy to find your way around.
Here’s the link:
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