Babyblooms wanted to transform their old website into a fun, enjoyable, user experience for their baby clothes bouquet shop.
Babyblooms wanted a design which was clean and fresh compared to their outdated website. It was decided to go for a simplistic, uncluttered design to allow us to draw attention to specific advertised products.
A soft colour pallete was used to reflect the image of newborns, baby clothes, and nursery themes.
We are very happy with the design of our new website, it looks professional and really outshines our current competitors.
Our Charity Shop wanted to promote and encourage Charities to sign up to a new marketplace concept for them to sell their products.
The goal of the website was to generate interest within the Charity sector and for them to sign up to receiving more information about the venture.
The website needed to get to the point and guide the user into registering their interest. Therefore a minimalistic one page design with a large registration section was used.
Thanks to Lucy we have a clean, professional website which we believe will encourage users to sign up with us.
IT Support wanted to change the look and feel of their website without changing the content. They wanted a professional looking website in order to give customers confidence in their services.
The purpose of the new website was to increase traffic and generate new leads.
In order to do this, a well thought out homepage was created to guide the users towards the product portfolio and to the price section to prompt them to enquire about the services available.
A large price comparison table was created to help the user see which services were available with which products. The product we were trying to encourage users to go for was also slightly larger and highlighted using a shadow. The price table was created entirely with HTML/CSS and would degrade gracefully in older browsers.
The new design was a success as it decreased page bounces while it also increased customer leads.
Reading Rep came to me as a new startup theatre company who wanted a new brand and website.
The challenge was to develop a brand which would convey the message of a strong established theatre company.
Reading Rep's goals were to promote their upcoming productions, news, information about the theatre company and to gain sponsers and supporters.
In their specification they wanted to update the website themselves, Wordpress was chosen for its simple user interface.
To continue the growth of Reading Rep, further marketing was essential. A strategy for print and online marketing was developed to increase public exposure.
We decided the best way to continually promote Reading Rep would be to do monthly email newsletters promoting upcoming productions and special offers.
To make people aware of the new theatre company a giant banner was displayed in The Oracle Reading and other banners were placed around the Reading area.
Mooshr wanted a logo that was simple, recognisable and could be used on a variety of different media.
Thank you so much for helping to bring our ideas to life. You created a logo that was exactly what we were after!