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Single page showcase website – snowboarding

March, Cambridgeshire.

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Single Page showcase websites


Tmorph Digital Design


March, Cambridgeshire.


It struck us the other day that we rarely get to showcase the great features we can now offer in website design, features designed to inform and excite visitors. Features that can help your website stand out from the mundane, run of the mill websites that don’t really achieve the goals they set out to fulfill. We could sit here for hours writing long, drawn out blogs trying to explain this fun stuff, after all, it would be great #googlejuice, but we’re a design company, we communicate visually, surely it’s better just to show you this stuff in action.

Well, that’s what we thought anyway, so today we are launching our very first ‘showcase site’, a site briefed, designed and developed by us to help you visualize how great design and even greater features can help you stand out from the crowd.



We’d really like to give you an answer about our passion for this as a sport or hobby but that would be a lie, there is one governing factor to all the showcase sites and that is the availability of great photographs and videos from royalty free websites like Photodune, Billionphotos and GraphicStock. Of course if these were real websites we would also be looking for fantastic written copy as well, crafted to read well by visitors and work wonders with SEO, but for now we will settle for latin body copy and a few well chosen, subject related headings.


This website shares the same WordPress core as many of our sites and uses our custom theme and page creator to bring it to life, our custom theme starts life as a blank, white canvas which allows us to be really creative with the design process.

A single page site with attached blog, keeping it simple means we can easily highlight certain points and here they are.

  • Of course the website is mobile responsive, it looks as good on a 27″ desktop screen as it does on a smart phone.
  • Top navigation uses anchors within the single page design and locks to the page top on scroll.
  • The hero image leads directly into the call to action, in this case a newsletter subscription.
  • No horizontal lines on the homepage, last time we checked you needed mountains to snowboard and the arrow section breaks reflect this.
  • Team members displayed on a carousel slider which allows for transparent backgrounds.
  • Animated counters to highlight statistics.
  • The next section has a scrolling slideshow background with colour overlay.
  • Finally the blog links slider, hover over the image to see the blog article content, click on the image to read the blog.


(a.k.a. Colin Needham) creative director at Tmorph Digital Design, I have been working as a designer for over three decades and have amassed a great deal of experience in digital marketing and design. I'm passionate about web design and I'm always searching for the best solutions to problems that might not have even occurred yet, guess I'm a bit of a forward thinker. If I'm not in front of a computer I'm probably behind a camera, on my bike or enjoying some music with my family.

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