Working on a site for a client who doesn't want the visitor to be confronted with huge amounts of text when first opening the pages. They'd prefer the site be more visual/image oriented and would prefer the relevant text/content related to each of the services they provide be presented only when the user clicks on relevant links or images.
Wondering if you can point any good examples of websites that pull this off elegantly?
The business provides about 40-50 specific services, that can be grouped into about 4-5 categories. Each service that they provide will have about a paragraph of text and a few images.
I've toyed with the idea of lightboxes with HTML content or accordions or tabs, but haven't really seen any websites that have pulled it off elegantly. They prefer the content area to be fixed height (no scrollbars).
Would love to hear your ideas and would appreciate if you could point to some good examples.