10 Great Examples Of Minicab Web Design

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Posted by Debunc Team on 22 Sep 2014 reading time

  • Addison Lee
    Addison Lee

    The Good: Clean design with easy to understand messages. Clear breakout on homepage for online and mobile bookings. An impressive menu that leads you the right areas of the business.

    The Bad: Slight overlapping of text and images on homepage.

    Visit: Addison Lee

  • The Keen Group
    The Keen Group

    The Good: We may be a bit biased here, but we love this site!!! Everything works together to encourage better engagement.

    The Bad: None to mention …

    Visit: The Keen Group

  • Atlas Cars
    Atlas Cars

    The Good: The ease of navigation on this site. We also love the fact that there is an emphasis on the importance of drivers and staff; go check out the jobs section.

    The Bad: It is an exceedingly busy site, with many calls-to-action. We feel that this leads to a diluted message.

    Visit: Atlas Car

  • Kabbee
    Kabbee

    The Good: Immediately begins to pull rates as soon as journey details are entered. They also incentivise users to bring others on board with discount codes, vouchers etc.

    The Bad: The menu doesn’t do the site justice, and seems somewhat out of place.

    Visit: http://kabbee.co.uk

  • Kingsbury Cab

    The Good: Callback request button, provision of live chat and the ability to track your drivers location.

    The Bad: No way to immediately rule out unsuitable driver applications made online (i.e. more time being spent sifting through CVs to find the best candidates)

    Visit: Kingsbury Cab

  • Haxi
    Haxi

    The Good: Way to embrace the web, team Haxi! Video content on the homepage really helps to sell the experience.

    The Bad: Maybe a bit too app-driven for some users – think general public.

    Visit: Haxi

  • Travelcare UK
    Travelcare UK

    The Good: Clean design makes content easy to digest.

    The Bad: A more consistent set of images throughout the site will help to improve the dynamic.

    Visit: Travelcare UK website

  • Minicabster
    Minicabster

    The Good: Customers can immediately enter journey details – a focus on the true conversion.

    The Bad: The info behind the menus is quite text heavy, which can deter some visual-led users. This is inconsistent with the way the homepage is presented.

    Visit: Minicabster

  • Amber Cars
    Amber Cars

    The Good: Booking and quote options clearly displayed on their homepage.

    The Bad: Images throughout site are not consistent and make things seem uncoordinated.

    Visit: Amber Cars

  • Goldline Cars
    Goldline Cars

    The Good: Clear bold contact number displayed on homepage.

    The Bad: The slider navigation is not clearly visible and may confuse many users.

    Visit: Goldline Car

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