Do you have a website that you feel is a bit old hat? Perhaps you’re even a little embarrassed by it? Did you launch it 3 or 4 years ago and now you’re not sure if it’s “doing the business” for you?
I spent a great morning at the Leamington Business EXPO hosted by Wright Hassall and NOAW today. Rebecca Fahy of Jigsaw CCS and I ran a collaborative seminar on Design vs. Functionality. We had a full house for the event and could have spent much longer than our 40 mintues tackling the issues facing current small businesses in engaging their audiences in both online and offline communications.
After six months of development we have now launched our online sales application with Palgrave Macmillan. The system integrates with existing databases at Palgrave to revolutionise the experience of the academic sales reps providing them with a secure, centralised resource with a consistent layout and note making functionality.
I am really pleased to say that we have been working with local Leamington primary school, Clapham Terrace to redesign their website and we launched today. This is the second site we have produced for the school in the last three years and with the arrival of a new headteacher it was decided we needed to brighten things up with more image led content that reflects the fabulous Victorian architecture and the great work done with the children.
Smith Jones is one of the UK’s fastest growing personal injury and accident litigation specialists – a law firm with a national reputation for getting results. They came to us needing a partner who would be able to support them through the process of shifting their marketing up a number of gears in a very short period of time.
Noisegate will be working with Palgrave Macmillan and Carr-Michael Consulting to produce electronic catalogues of all new titles for the next 12 months.
Adrian Smith & Partners were reviewing their business and marketing plan and contacted Noisegate to provide a quote for revamping their website.Read more