I'm trying to sketch the look of a website for my parent's retailer. We sell disposables/restaurant supplies like plastic cups/napkins/paper bags, etc. Very old school, local, small and personal. Technically it's a B2B Wholesale Retailer
Thing is, there's no global price for a product, it is always discussed per costumer. And all orders are made by phone/personally, for now we can't just accept online orders.
I have browsed pages and pages of stock photos and couldn't find a single one to make those cool giant picture websites with just a contact form. For me this would be the easiest as there would be no need to fill the landing page with information.
I also can't think what kind of info should be on the landing page, a product demo? But we sell products from other companies, I can't see how that can't be attractive without looking like a super technical "square" website. Our products aren't attractive, I can't visualize this approach.
In my view it can't have too much info as it will be just a landing page for existing clients to login or prospecting client to contact, but it needs to be seductive somehow for the latter.
The website will have a staff/client login with a dashboard app, but that's easy to visualize for me, not a problem.
If someone could link to some website that does this right, or any inspirational material it would be really helpfull.