Website design for a  massage salon. Make people want massage immediatly.

The client requested a one-page website with an auto-play video on the home screen, a color palette that recreates the salon's calm relaxing atmosphere, designed primarily for tablets and smartphones.
The website that creates a desire for massage
Goal action
_____________The goal action –
to book a massage session online. Desired integration - Booksy app, and links from shop to the existing products on Amazon.
______ _Create custom design website, with a lot of big size photos and videos of their completed kitchen renovations, in neutral colors, good on all devices (specifically tablets).
The goal action –
to initiate paid designer consultation.

Desired integration –
get request form submissions to email and CRM.
website features
Website structure
Since massages are straightforward and fast to order service, we keep the website's structure pretty simple. We welcome the visitor with a video of the most popular massage, then list other available massages with descriptions, photos, and links to book them online.

Available services follow with salon photos. Also, the client sells some massage supplies on Amazon, so we added links to this store.
Visual design
+ videos
The goal was massage booking, so we created a calm and relaxing vibe on the website using two autoplay looped videos of massages and beige and chocolate hues.
Website integrated with Booksy app - booking system, and Amazon. So once the website visitor is ready to book a massage, by clicking on the button "book now," he is redirected to the booksy website where he chooses a day and time that works.

The same with the product on Amazon: if the user wants to show massage oils and clicks on the image, he goes to the client's shop on Amazon.
design hightlights
Mobile-first websites are a must now for small local businesses.

Unfortunately, websites made from templates usually come with low-quality adaptive for smaller screens.

For this project, I designed the website for smartphones and tablets first, so users could find information about the company and its service fast and book it with ease.
Check out mobile-first layout: big photos, readable texts and conveniently located buttons.