Sand & Salt by Grit & Wit

Elegant and refined but not too stuffy, Sand & Salt is the complete website for destination and coastal photographers. With a clean (but not boring) design aesthetic and tasteful details, this design features full width photos, a perfectly integrated blog design, thoughtful typographic elements, and a sophisticated style. Use your newsletter service to embed a subscription form in the pop-up canvas and gather those email addresses! A subtle, yet attention grabbing call out bar at the top of the site is easy to change whenever you have a new promotion. This site looks like anything but a template. Sand & Salt also includes a perfectly matched mobile site so you can be sure your web experience translates beautifully from desktop to mobile. If you're looking to step up your online game (or raise your prices) – this design will be your secret weapon!

  • Homepage
  • About Page
  • Press Page
  • Information page with 3 pricing columns
  • Gallery Page
  • Featured Gallery Pages
  • Blog Page
  • Blog Post design
  • Contact Page
  • Mobile Site

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