14th February 2019
Quick Tips to Improve Your Existing Website Without a Full Redesign
With February already drawing to a close, it’s been a busy start to the year for Angle. With plenty of new web design projects to keep us busy and events and awards to enter and attend there’s never a dull day. Here’s a snapshot of what we’ve been working on…
A housing and care provider based in Kent came to Angle looking to revamp their existing website. Our task is to provide a better user experience to ensure everyone can find the appropriate care and housing for their needs.
Our designers have been working hard over the last couple of months to ensure the user experience design of the website is just right. With regular catch ups with the client to ensure the project is heading in the right direction, we are very happy with how it is looking so far.
We are very close to final approval on design and can get underway with the build very soon!
Angle has been working with a printing company based in Kent to design a build a new website for their order of service printing service. The idea is to make the process of purchasing order of services much simple and quicker.
As a new service, Angle had to start the website from scratch. Our designers focussed closely on the UX to ensure that the process of ordering order of services was simple and easy with only 4 simple steps. As always, we worked closely with the client taking on board all feedback and changes to help make their vision a reality.
With final designs signed off and the build underway, we can’t wait to push the site live and watch it take off.
A business mobile network provider came to Angle to design and build a completely new website for them to keep their innovative and exciting brand looking fresh. Having been working on perfecting the designs over a number of months the website is very nearly ready for launch.
The design team have put a lot of thought into the navigation structure of this website. In order to create an easy user experience, the navigation bar was kept simple with only the most important pages being featured. As well as this, a floating navigation bar was also created to follow the user down the page containing key CTA’s and a large “Get a Quote” button.
Angle will be heading to the ExCel once more on the 27th and 28th March to exhibit at this year’s Europes leading marketing event.
Over the 2 days of the exhibition, we will be holding #PoweredByAngle chats. In the 30-minute chat, you will have the chance to receive some quick tips to improve the performance of your website. Whether you would like to improve conversion rates or simply attract more users our digital experts will have some quick tips on hand to help you.
If that isn’t enough to make you want to book a chat you can also enjoy a free reusable coffee cup and complimentary refills all day!
For the second year running, we have been shortlisted as finalists for the Creative/ Digital Award at the Canterbury Business Awards. Having come runners up last year we are hoping to go one better this year and take home the winners trophy!
Good luck to all other finalists on the 14th of March.
Angle are also proud to have been shortlisted for the “Agency of The Future” award at the B2B Marketing Expo 2019. This award recognises the fundamental role that agencies play in the way digital technology is changing the marketing landscape.
The winner is announced at 3.30pm on the 27th March at the B2B Marketing Expo. If you’re at the show head to the Awards Area and show some support for Angle!
25th April 2019
The Difference Between Web Design and UX Design
3rd October 2018
Why Web Design And The Construction Industry Aren’t So Different
7th February 2020
Why Mobile-First Web Design Is Becoming More Important
Leave us some information, and get a reply as soon as today.
Are you in need of more business?
We can double your conversion rates by optimising the user experienceGet a FREE UX audit on your website