13 September 2004 Days Out Internet Attracts More Tourists by Using Common Sense
Days Out relaunches its Web site today, one of the most comprehensive in the UK that is dedicated to promoting tourist attractions throughout the country.
With over 6,000 attractions listed on the site, Days Out chose Brighton Web consultancy Common Sense Design to make it easier for people to use. By simplifying the site's structure and appearance, visitors can now choose how to find a suitable attraction: • by using an interactive map • by selecting an attraction type, or • by choosing a postcode.
The new Days Out site also enables people to book accommodation, contact regional tourist boards, and purchase a copy of Days Out Magazine. The site was designed by Common Sense's Nigel Gordijk, with technical support from Gino Pacitti of Base Enterprise.
About Common Sense Design's Nigel Gordijk Nigel Gordijk - based in Brighton - is an accomplished, independent Web consultant with over 16 years' design industry experience. His Web site designs are noted for their ability to engage users and their ease of use. His client list includes BP, Thomson Holidays, Honda, Ladbrokes and No 10 Downing Street.