We created a number of design drafts, in order to pitch the right design to our client. The final version was designed mobile first, because we felt most potential customers would be looking on mobile devices rather than a desktop or laptop.
It was important that the website clearly explained opening times and prices, as well as being easy to use. The design we produced is amongst our favourites, as it’s clear method of navigation, jaw dropping mega menu, and has been extremely well received by our client’s customers. The website has the ability to easily edit prices, opening times and images. On mobile devices there are clear calls to action and click-to-call functionality.
We were contacted by Architect’s practice John Coward in Cartmel, Cumbria, to discuss the redevelopment of the now outdated website.
Given the nature of their service, it was decided that the site should be very visual, and should enable potential clients to find case-study examples as quickly and easily as possible.
High end images were provided to us, and our coding team worked hard to ensure that the site worked as well on mobiles and tablets as it does on a desktop.
The site was built with conversions in mind, allowing potential customers to quickly and easily contact the team at John Coward Architects.
St George’s Partnership is a group of schools who provide teacher training places for graduates looking to join the teaching profession. The partnership is able to place applicants into relevant schools for them to complete their teacher training qualifications.
Our client required a fully responsive mobile friendly site, which would enable prospective students to find vacancies relevant to them, and learn about the prospective schools. The site is fully content-driven, enabling the management team to create new schools, new vacancies, and edit all site text and images easily via a management console.