What we refer to as brochure style web design is a website that reflects your company style and image, and gives details about your company or products. They are usually simple sites, often called static websites. They showcase your business and are a way of attracting new customers. Ideal for small- to medium-sized businesses as well as personal sites.
Examples of brochure style web design
Peter Strobos is an artist who needed a website as a showcase for his completed works or art and somewhere to post information about exhibitions, past and present.
Kwa Madwala is a private game reserve in South Africa and they needed a website as a portfolio for their safari lodge accommodation, safari tours and the wildlife on their reserve.
GC Couture make luxury wedding cakes and speciality cakes. Their website contains photographs of their designer cakes and advertises their cake flavours.
Cat Weatherill is a storyteller and novelist who required a website to reflect the mysterious and sultry atmosphere that is generated in her performances, whilst also promoting her books.
If you want a simple site, but need to regularly edit and update the content yourself, a blog site maybe much more suitable for you. Check out our page on blog design.
Do you need a brochure style website?
If you would like to discuss what you want your website to achieve, need a re-design of an existing web site, or simply want a quote, please use our contact form to get in touch.