Trekamerica

Environment: Macbook pro 2016

TrekAmerica offers exciting adventures in the United States, Canada, Alaska and Central America. Overall, it is a clean and simple in design site. But in order to bring beauty to the site it is necessary to correct common errors. We suggest to consider some of them.

#1. Irregular circles with numbers in the Our Top 40 Tour Experiences block

UI Bug

In this block, the round elements for some reason gradually cease to be round. If the number 1 is in a circle, then the numbers 2-4 are in the “flattened” circle.

Current look

#2. Phone icon in the Our Global Sales Offices block does not match the style of the site icons.

UI Bug

On the site, most of the icons are made in contour (linear) style.
In this case, the “Phone” icon is made with a fill technique, not a contour one. And the color in which it is made nowhere else is used on the site.
But this element is already in the right style in the Contact menu.

Current look

#3. Different style of icons in the block Tour Extras

UI Bug

A single style of icons implies the same complexity and style of the elements. In the given case, the icons are drawn with different line thickness. The level of detail of objects is different, as well.

Current look

#4. Different style of icons in the block Travelling Together

UI Bug

In this case, the icons are linear but the level of detail, the number of elements differ, in particular, this is evident in the ALL INCLUDED icon.

Current look

#5. The center of the Contact block does not match the actual center.

UI Bug

Current look

#6. The star icon is improperly aligned relative to the circle in the Our 45 Year Milestones block

UI Bug

A fairly common mistake is it when complex graphic elements are incorrectly aligned relative to the circle.

Current look

#7. Improper alignment of the list and rating in Tour Info block

UI Bug

Current look

#8. Gallery Tour block: different margins of the block, misalignment of dot-navigation. Misalignment inside the button Next.

UI Bug

Current look

#9. There is no balance in the Special Offers block.

UI Bug

Empty space on the right results in imbalance. If visually your site is “unbalanced”, then the site will look messy and users will experience discomfort. The problem arose due to the fact that the block is designed for 4 types of Special Offers.

Current look

#10. In Discover Destinations, there is a hole between the Places lists.

UI Bug

Identical elements of the block should have the same indentation so that the grouping is not violated, and the block looks like an organic whole.

Current look

#11. Improper vertical alignment of the elements in the block We are TrekAmerica – Experts in Group Adventure Holidays.

UI Bug

Current look

#12. Different indents within the block Our Spotify Playlists.

UI Bug

Current look

#13. Low quality image in Header Home page.

UI Bug

Often so that the graphics do not slow down the work of the site it is shrinked. But this leads to discomfort interaction of the user with the site. And it makes you feel that the image is not original. Find a balance between quality and weight.

Current look

#14. Low quality image. Button with different indents. In the Original Adventures Since ’72 block.

UI Bug

Current look

#15. Low quality image. Button with different indents. In the Trek America Tours Goes 360 block.

UI Bug

Current look

#16. Low quality image in the Header History page.

UI Bug

Current look

#17. Insufficient quality of icons in Social Share Buttons.

UI Bug

Raster images are resolution dependent. Use svg icons on your site. They have less weight and look perfect in any resolution.

Current look

#18. Poor quality icons in the Get Social block. Elements’ misalignment within the block.

UI Bug

Raster images are resolution dependent.

Current look

Redwerk team comments

TrekAmerica has been a North America tourism specialist since 1972. Pure website design. The structure is simple and logical. User attention is adroitly focused on the adventures themselves. However, somewhere low in quality content and poorly implemented details spoil the overall impression. Travel photos are a crucial element of every website dedicated for tourists. Often photos motivate the user to witness it firsthand.
Every detail of the website draws an analogy with the company’s service itself. And the better the design elements are implemented, the better the general impression of the users is, and the higher the users’ credence is.

Olga

Olga, Designer

About Redwerk

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UI/UX Review: TrekAmerica
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