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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Predictions Of The Changes To SEO In 2014
Karen King

Now that Christmas and New Year have passed it’s time to pack away the decorations, tidy up after the New Year party and start working towards those resolutions (which will definitely work this year!).  It has also reached the time of year where everyone pulls out their crystal ball, tarot cards and looks to the stars to come up with their predictions for the year ahead.  Now I don’t have a crystal ball or tarot cards and I’m not one for stargazing, but I have some predictions of what lies ahead for the world of SEO in the year to come.

SEO Crystal Ball

To ‘reveal’ the mysteries that lie in the foggy future read on, if you dare!
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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Their existing website was out of date and did not communicate the extensive range of products and services effectively.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.


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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Stand Out to Win New Business
Ben Joy

In the modern age everything has become a commodity, with more and more inexpensive versions of the same becoming available every day.  Companies often quickly catch up with with what others have been successful with, with many new ideas quickly becoming the norm.  You will have witnessed this every business day.  So how do you stay apart from your competition?  How do you make people remember you?


It’s simple, stand out from the crowd!
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Meanfeet update website content for improved customer experience to increase sales
Vikky Littlewood

Meanfeet provide comfort footwear for men and women worldwide. They work hard to source high quality products that will ensure referrals and repeat customers. Previously relying on distributors they primarily now sell on-line through their website.

It is important for their target audience to understand the benefits of the shoes and boots on sale and why they should invest in a high quality product. Clear information is vital and videos allow them to demonstrate the unique properties of the products quickly.

Meanfeet website updates

Following a fresh look at the website content we have updated several pages to improve the customer experience and increase confidence in the products themselves and service they should expect from the Meanfeet team.

Read on for why you should regularly update your website.
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