This is the structure for the Sale Horses Page, 3 photos + 1 video followed by the horse biography. I attached a full preview with the entire page.
3 months ago
I'm glad I saw this again! I'd love to see the actual information on the horse *not* centered... something about it makes it look very off.
Was it recommended that horse sales get head shots in the main photo or is that just what you used for placement? Will the user be able to view it in larger detail? These are definitely things people want to see when looking for a horse - and I know they'd probably like a confirmation shot (like the small pic on the right), a headshot, and a photo of the horse in movement. The more photos and videos, the better from a buying perspective - the buyer wants to see as much as possible before they have to contact the seller for more info... believe me, I've learned firsthand!
I'd also love to see a link to a pedigree or a pedigree table, as that would be especially important - and I don't know if it's just because they don't list his age or breed in their content ... Most people want to see the horse's breed as well as an age right when they look, as well as the height of the horse as that is actually quite important to people who are buying horses that are in the five and six figure level. I'd suggest having an area under his name that highlights those aspects just before the paragraphs describing him happen.
Just my bit from the horsey perspective.
Hello @Elisa D'Alessandro
Thank you so much for taking the time to share your opinion, I finally got a real feedback here on dribbble, I appreciate it.
I think you're right about the centered text, I rather have it to the left, just feel a little odd because the title is centered.
The client was very strict about the horse page, they asked for the head as the main photos and 2 small thumbs to compliment that, they said the video is most important the photos are just to support the video.
Your points are very good and I'll bring that to my client, I think they should definitely list the name, age, pedigree, and info. Overall these pages are most to reference, their target is people from the area who can actually come down and see/ride the horses, not so much to attract buyers online.
Thank you for the great feedback!
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