SilkAir.com Redesign

What: Redesigning the website of Singapore Airlines’ regional carrier, SilkAir.

The new SilkAir.com was to run off the same backend of its parent’s site, but provide a distinctive experience of its own; one that highlighted an adventurous, exotic nature, focused on destination-specific activities, full-service cabin offerings, and its Asian heritage. Our tools were appropriately epic photography, engaging and knowledgeable content, a thoroughly modern approach to web design, and getting out of the user’s way with streamlined flows and a rethinking of the form fields that are on every airline’s homepage.

Before: SilkAir.com homepage in its entirety, optimized for 800x600 displays.

Before: SilkAir.com homepage in its entirety, optimized for 800×600 displays.

Detail of homepage from final design, featuring a single-row flight search form, browsing by specific interests, and clearly-marked deals.

Detail of homepage from final design, featuring a single-row flight search form, browsing by specific interests, and clearly-marked deals.

Live homepage as at Feb 2013, featuring a single-line flight search form, destination information, and browsing by specific interests.

Live homepage as at Feb 2013, featuring a single-line flight search form, destination information, and browsing by specific interests.

UX processes: Site maps, heuristic analysis, wireframing

UX processes: Site maps, heuristic analysis, wireframing

Early wireframe for "Destinations" page

Early wireframe for “Destinations” page

Final "Destinations" page template (modules may be selectively deactivated for a shorter page)

Final “Destinations” page template (modules may be selectively deactivated for a shorter page)

Alternatively, "Destinations" could be browsed with a route map.

Alternatively, “Destinations” could be browsed with a route map.

Each location had a content page with photography, info on local highlights, up-to-date data such as weather conditions, and user-generated content from a complementary SilkAir Explorers campaign. From there, it was easy to book a flight immediately.

Each location had a content page with photography, info on local highlights, up-to-date data such as weather conditions, and user-generated content from a complementary SilkAir Explorers campaign. From there, it was easy to book a flight immediately.

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