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Unlike many other providers who purchase and modify off-the-shelf tour system templates, we develop ours from scratch, allowing us to create truly bespoke solutions to meet your needs. Working closely with each client, we design and build a bespoke user interface that can be integrated into your existing website. Furthermore every virtual tour we design is fully responsive, meaning they adapt to suit the different devices and screen sizes that they are viewed on.
These tours create unique and engaging content for websites, enabling visitors to visualise entire locations at a glance, as well as providing them with additional information specific to each view. Hotspots pinned onto the 360° images can also be used to show a variety of additional content, including text, photos, videos or even 3D models.
Our system is now used for digital marketing and publicity by many organisations, both locally and internationally. For free advice on getting a customised virtual tour for your business, please contact us.
Our virtual tours use a variety of navigation methods, allowing the user to access all parts of the tour with ease. A basic setup might include a series of links within a header bar, or single button to open a master menu. More complex setups make use of sidebars or footer bars at slide-in and out as required. Where appropriate, we use icons and images within the menu to make finding the appropriate content more intuitive for users.
The second method for navigating within the virtual tour is through hotspots. Hotspots are buttons pinned to the 360° images which the user can click/tap. These can either direct the user to a different 360° view, or they can open extra information in modal (pop-up) boxes. We can customise everything from changing the shape and colour to match existing branding, as well as creating icons and animating the hotspot to draw attention.
Throughout the tour, hotspots can be used to display a variety of modal (pop-up) content specific to each scene. The user clicks/taps the button and the information is overlaid above the 360° view. Using responsive UI design, the modal content will adapt to suit different screen sizes. For example, on large screens the content displays in the middle of the screen with the 360° view behind, whereas on mobile the content takes up the full size of the display for best usability.
Options include text information, photos, photo galleries, video and 3D (or any other type content which could be embedded in a website).
View some of the previous 360 tour projects we have worked on from around the UK and further afield.
View a full list of our previous work in the Projects Page.