Front-end Pages

The design of a website is very important because it is shown to people on the internet, which is part of the customer journey. It shows text and pictures to tell people what they need to know while visiting your website. You should know a lot about the customer's stage if you want to get more and more people to visit your website and keep them there by making it easy for them to go from visit to sale. With this information, you can look at them to think about the different website features that could be used. In the sections that follow, you'll find the page on your website that people usually go to.

1. Home Page

Home page is the first page that people see when they come to your website. They only look at a page for a few seconds before deciding whether to stay or leave. So, the information on your homepage should lead people to the next step in the customer stage.
Home page

2. Search Results

Customers always use the search function as twice as likely to make a purchase as those who use the navigation tab. With the Search Result, all your services will appear automatically on a page with many features to help them find their own services as they want.
Hotel Search Halfmap
Hotel Search Popup

3. Service

On the service page, the first thing a customer sees is a gallery with a high-resolution picture and a thumbnail. Also, the service page has a lot of information, like the price and availability, how to find a place on Google Map, and how to get reviews and comments from visitors.

4. Checkout Page

One-page checkout has many benefits. It puts all of the parts of a standard checkout process on a single page, such as customer information, service content, and payment details. It cuts down on the number of pages and clicks needed to pay, which makes the checkout process better for the customer.
Checkout Page
Booking Success