CRA came to us with the idea of creating a site for the European branch of their business, which explained all that they did, but looked stylish and professional at the same time. Richard began the design, and created a number of iconic pictures incorporating the trademark orange with black and white photos to add style to the site. Thomas programmed the site, which currently has over a hundred pages, and added SEO so that CRA could be found under all their relevant key words.
Esme, Richard and Nigel worked with Keith from CCM LPay, to redevelop their website, based on their new marketing strategy. The new website takes advantage of web video to engage with the audience about the LPay project and direct visitors through the site. The focused approach funnels visitors through a series of pages, to capture and deliver leads in cooperation with telesales.
Chris from Auto 100 contacted us as he wanted to have more control over his website. His existing site was provided by a third party, and he had no control on the appearance, or content. We came up with a bespoke solution, designing and developing a website that gave him full control over content and stock, integrating with AutoTrader, and capturing leads for part exchange and finance.
We originally developed the K-Panels website several years ago when the technology was new to the UK. Some time later, Kirsty came to us and asked us to redevelop the site in line with new business goals and to utilise more modern web technology to help promote the system. The updated website has been programmed by Thomas and designed by Richard in line with the K-Panels brand guidelines.
Michael from Morris Vermaport contacted us as they thought their website was not as effective as it could be. Nigel went to see them and discussed the options available to improve the site. We developed a new site for them and within a few months it was launched, optimised for SEO and restructured for usability. The new site now ranks highly in Google for all the keywords and phrases targeted.
Paul, from Let It, had been let down by his previous web developer and so came to us in need of urgent help. His website was out of date, and he had no way of updating it. We worked quickly to sort out the necessary details, creating a holding page and then beginning developing a new site. Richard did the designing, Thomas then programmed it to integrate with Let It’s office system, and Esme created compelling copy to complete the site.