Lattice is one of our single-page property web experience that allows you to market a property with a website look and feel. Lattice provides a modern, sleek, single property marketing website experience, with agent branding right at the top.
We understand the modern home buyer needs more than stimulating images to drive interest in the home. Other factors, such as schools and businesses within walking distance, are an example of how integration between data and beautiful imagery can deliver value. Lattice seamlessly blends these needs together in an easy to consume presentation that is responsive and mobile friendly.
Lattice Key Features
- Single page experience
- Fully responsive and mobile friendly
- Supports all media types: still images, videos, panoramas, Matterport 3D, and floor plans
- Hero image at the top of the page with property details overlaid
- Persistent shortcut navigation bar
- Full screen image carousel
- Multiple font support
- Inline contact agent web form
- Stylized masonry inline gallery grid. Each time the page loads, the grid is visually different (the order of assets remains the same)
This can be anything you’d like. For example, if you needed to create a new Lattice option to reflect the colors of Keller William, you can set the nickname to “Lattice [Keller Williams]” to make it easily stand out.
This design provides several color customization options to create designs unique to you and your clients. You can find out more on how to utilize these settings here.
This setting defines what font will be reflected within the descriptions of each section.
This setting defines what font is used within the menu, hero images, and titles of each section.
Image Name/Description Visibility
This setting lets you define whether the image titles/description will appear within the image slideshow
Transition Used in Slideshow
Here you have several options with how you would like the transition between photos to appear in the slide
Static or animated open house banner
This setting will allow you to choose whether the open house banner is static at the top of the design, or flashes every few seconds. The example below reflects an animated open house banner: