Magazine layouts deliver a great immersive fullscreen experience on a desktop and work well as a landing page.
Grid layouts give users intuitive navigation between your exhibitions, and looks natural on tablets.
Timeline layouts are a more delicate and simple way to navigate exhibitions, which work well on smaller screens.
"Masonry Layout" - The most visually impactful and organic. It is inviting to navigate and looks great on tablets.
"Hanging Layout" - Keeps the images large, but is less noisy, with space to read the text and appreciate each artwork.
"Standing Layout" - Slightly shifts the focus to reading about the art - lining up the text and slightly reducing image size.
Our panoramic 16:9 frame (from the Golden Age of TV), helps immerse people in locations
Our more intimate 4:3 frame (from the Golden Age of Cinema), is great for installation shots
Our classic 3:2 frame (evocative of 35 mm film), connects users subtly to classic photography.
"Granada" is a family tessellating layout that break up you page, inspired by the tiled patterns in the Alhambra
"Niagara" is a family of layouts that cascade vertically down the page, like a waterfall, encouraging your eyes to take natural breaks
"Life" is great template if you are a verbal story teller, an alternating layout that balances text and images in your story.
Get started by choosing from dozens of options for fonts and menus to give your site a theme
We have navigation layouts for every type of page, but, in particular dozens of choices for how you browse exhibitions
We are carefully designing distinct, professional and elegant ways to display both exhibitions and profiles