www.theskillet.co.uk by The Skillet Restaurant: These tasty images can relay the message better and faster than any words. They are related to the content and create a visual interest.
www.passportsrestaurant.wordpress.com by Passports Restaurant: It’s ok to be honest, but when you use food images you must ensure they look professional and tasty. Otherwise they will be a disincentive to visit your restaurant.
www.bloomingcactus.co.uk by Blooming Cactus: This image doesn’t fit very well for a vegetarian and vegan cafe. It’s obviously stock art and it has no relation to vegan food.
www.legacydrama.weebly.com by Legacy Productions: The images on this website show real-looking children playing theatre. They create a high visual interest.
www.intercoiffure-lesartistes.ch by Intercoiffure Les Artistes: This images aren’t very helpful. Use images only if they are highly related to the written content of the page.
www.advancedcallcenters.com by Advanced Call Centres: Instead of using a polished stock art image with a smiling women wearing a headset they used real-life images with real-looking people.
www.secureplc.com by Secure Valeting: And here an example with a stock art image. Which one is inspiring more confidence and personality?
www.juhakankkunen.com by Juha Kankkunen Driving Academy: Use large and high quality photos for the detail view in your gallery. The thumbnails will be generated automatically by the system.
www.fjords.com by Øyvind Heen: This slideshow offers play, speed and sound control but the only way to skip it is to leave the page. Don’t embed or animate text within the photos. It’s better to write the text on a blank background.
www.zoom.it by zoom.it: Offer a zoom-in option to show more details. You can create awesome zoom-in images with zoom.it and embed them into your website.