Most websites are revamped every few years – but is that enough? Probably not. Technology moves MUCH faster than that.
Fortunately we can help you to keep on top of new developments and changing customer expectations, and fill in the gaps where your website could be working much harder for you.
We do that by reviewing your website across a spectrum of fundamental benchmark categories. We score your website in each category, and then we recommend how to improve your scores. It's that simple.
What you do with the information we provide is entirely up to you, but we recommend our report should form the basis of your website's development for at least six months.
We helped Riders for Health redesign their website to increase awareness of their work. The project acheived those goals and then further helped to shape the rest of Riders' communications projects for years to come.
"When Riders for Health redesigned our website Denise led the creative work behind the project. The results transformed our online communication with clean, contemporary design, and was so strong that it shaped all our communications for the next five years.
We helped brand and launch Baby Swap or Shop – an alternative marketplace to eBay for baby and toddler items. Our strategic and creative input helped the brand achieve rapid growth – from zero to over 100,000 followers and website users in six months.
"Denise has translated my concept way beyond my expectations with particular attention to detail and shows vast knowledge in technology and social media, which has enhanced the website even further."
We helped Paperwrk launch their brand, website and SaaS platform to help freelancers and contractors get paid faster. The work we've completed has helped Paperwrk attract significant investment interest and supports thousands of freelancers and micro-businesses' daily cashflow.
"Denise is a very talented creative designer with a flair for understanding the nuances of website design. She has a great attention to detail and is highly supportive on client projects."