Web design

Web design is mainly problem solving design. You have a web problem and Raccoonbox will solve it. Lol! 😅 But really it is that simple when the web design is at its best. Just—please—understand that simple is not easy. To make something simple you need a master. Ten years of experience in web design and university graduation on design is hopefully enough to solve your web issues. I believe it is! That is what you get when working with Raccoonbox. Good service!

Desktop photo of photography web design created by Raccoonbox.
Desktop photo of photography web design created by Raccoonbox.

Above some examples of Jaana Vuola's photography website and of the design progress. Her problem was not having a sleek and simple portfolio site which would present images in big form. Raccoonbox solved that problem.


Ok, this is a paragraph created by a bot simply to have some jargon and keywords. You can skip this and continue looking for our web design references 👇🏻 ... 👆🏻 – Good web design is user-friendly, visually appealing, and easy to navigate. It ensures quick load times, mobile compatibility, and accessibility for all users. With a clean layout, consistent branding, and intuitive interface, it provides a seamless and enjoyable experience, making information easy to find and interact with.

Desktop photo of car wash web design created by Raccoonbox.
Desktop photo of car wash web design created by Raccoonbox.

Autopesu-Center as a car wash company has a big humpback whale mascot. The client wanted to have underwater experience when his customer visits the website. So, Raccoonbox created this. The web sites starts from the waterline and goes deep into refreshing car washing water and finally meeting the famous humpback whale.

Finally, and I hope by this time you have already made a positive decision to approach Raccoonbox, I would like to stress out that mobile friendliness has become a standard for years in web design. It is a basic feature for a website to work on phone, tablet, desktop and TV. If someone says you otherwise please do not take candies from that man. This is the example of a real estate agent who wanted to have playful, mobile friendly website. Enjoy!

O, I almost forgot. The landing window on this website was most interesting. The small rectangles pointed diagonally were the menu buttons. I bet you have not seen such! There was no hamburger menu—something you see everywhere ☰, or typical vertical word aligned. No, it had this custom design where the user was encouraged to have new web browsing experience!