New website for Blue Sphere improves professionalism for market growth ambitions
Vikky Littlewood

We have just launched a new website for Blue Sphere, of Cambridge.  The company was looking to improve their web presence and create increased confidence in their services.

Blue Sphere offer consultancy services  focusing on pharmaceutical security, patient safety and anti-counterfeiting.  They have grown very quickly over the last two years and the existing website was not very informative or reflective of the professional services on offer.

The new website clearly communicates the services available and offers focused pages on relevant content. Great for the visitor and good for Google too.

Blue Sphere

Read on to find out more about the design journey that took Blue Sphere from a simple blog based website to a professional, visually exciting, information resource.


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Thermal Economics launch new website to reach new & existing markets more effectively
Vikky Littlewood

Thermal Economics is a specialist provider of thermal and acoustic insulation products and supporting services. Traditionally they sell to business clients but following the  recent Government ‘Green Deal’ they are now able to approach the domestic market more easily.

Their existing website was out of date and did not communicate the extensive range of products and services effectively.  Working closely with Thermal Economics, we created a bespoke design with clear navigation to all products, services and supporting information. For clarity, the visitor can search by product (if they know what they are looking for) and by product system.

thermal-home

The website contains a huge amount of content, with technical data sheets, brochures and product information which all need to be easily accessible. For such a large website, planning is key to a successful outcome. Read on for more on how to plan your website and achieve a successful outcome.
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Loch Ness Ferry Company see 25% ROI on Google’s Product Listing Adverts
Vikky Littlewood

Online outdoor clothing business Loch Ness Ferry Company has recently adopted Google’s Product Listing Adverts (PLA’s) and seen a significant increase in traffic to their website and whopping 25% return on their investment.

Earlier this year Google updated a widely used product, the free “Google Products” service, more widely know as Google Base, and replaced it with the paid Google Shopping service. I am referring to the shopping results shown below that are accompanied with an image of the product.  You may have seen them on Google.

Loch Ness PLA's

Read on to learn more about how the listings have changed and how they can help you realise more profit.
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Huntingdon First website launch to communicate with their three audiences
Vikky Littlewood

BID Huntingdon see the launch of their Huntingdon First website to invigorate the town centre and communicate with three different audiences – the public, town businesses and BID members. They needed a  professional, customer focused, engaging website which  would ensure visitors would return to it for the latest news, events and information.

Huntingdon First website

The purpose of the new website was to bring increased footfall into the town to increase business performance and improve the business environment. It needed to allow communication to the three main BID Huntingdon audiences; visitors and residents, businesses within Huntingdon and BID members.
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Premierchoice communicate more effectively with new website
Vikky Littlewood

Premierchoice approached us to work with them on the development of a new website.  Their existing website needed modernising and did not inform potential clients of all the services on offer. We have designed a clean and contemporary website which allows them to communicate more effectively with their target audience.

Website design for Premierchoice

In order to demonstrate  the services that they offer more effectively we incorporated an image slide show which has the ability to zoom into an image and focus on the item of interest.
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