After some research, I still want to have a look at some example websites. I have noticed that Spotlight is popular and it has an official website! And another example is the Martian.
The website is really creative and it also takes longer time to load. They even added background music, nothing exciting but it is cool to have it while you are looking through the website!
The buttons are not lined up on the top but on the left side when you click on Spotlight:
Four sections: HOME, UNCOVER THE SCANDAL, ABOUT, VIDEOS, GALLERY.
UNCOVER THE SCANDAL is the customized one linked to the narrative but other three are quite conventional, which appear in other websites too.
In About page, they have basic credits on the top of the plot and end of the plot:
And the synopsis is being told:
In Gallery, they are all high quality photos but it does not attract me, we might put some funny and interesting photos instead:
In videos, they have trailers but for us, trailer is unnecessary since it is only 5 minutes, but we will do bloopers behind the scenes as they did:
PLUS they have a small bar for wining the tickets, this is most of film websites do and it is like a bonus for audiences:
color is brighter in the website, mostly is soil orange or dark blue, which is the theme of it, space and Mars.
Seven sections: Videos, About, Gallery, Posters, Comics, Bring me home, mission guide
They keep updating information in the website and gathering them.
The have trailers and teaser trailers! I think that is what we look for:
This is my favorite About page, it is so neat, it provides the information of plot, credits and rating at the bottom(PG-13). The colour and structure of the background image is amazing, and texts are clear.
Again, they have some forms for audiences to fill in and then provide them new updates and engage with them.
The photos in gallery have actors star in, which I think is a good idea of engaging with audiences, and the quality of photos tend to be high.