Stacy Angell Curtis

The author website for Christian Romantic Suspense author, Stacy Angell Curtis, highlights her current book series and forthcoming third title, and was designed to grow with her product offering. As Stacy uses her newsletter as a primary means of communication with readers, we designed a matching newsletter to incentivize subscribers, and included a lead magnet on her site. 

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Ghyd Adventures

Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
Luxury Travel Website Design

Ghyd Adventures

Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
The Design Brief

a bespoke luxury travel experience

The objective for this website redesign was to better facilitate the white-glove service package on offer, automating processes, and ensuring that the mobile experience matched the desktop. Guests could select and tailor luxury villa vacations in tropical and European destinations, and select exclusive activities according to their desires. 

The Screen Shots

unique luxury travel experiences

Ghyd offered an exclusive catalogue of destinations and experiences for jetsetters wanting authentic experiences with a luxury touch. Every detail was considered in their travel offerings, and similarly reflected in their website to facilitate the decision-making process when choosing a vacation” the service included curated adventures and experiences at the guests’ request. 

Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
Ghyd Adventures Luxury Travel Website designed by Noisy Ghost Co.
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