02 August 2011 by Web Bureau
As The Web Bureau continues to evolve and grow, our studio is a hive of activity where there is always lots happening in our design, development and online marketing departments. This article will give you a brief insight into what we’ve been up to lately.
The Grand Opera House: After much competition, we were delighted to be appointed to re-design the Grand Opera House website and manage their payment systems integration and online marketing. The new site is due to go live in September.
Simple Zebra: The Web Bureau designed and developed new directory site www.simplezebra.com, which will help Northern Ireland consumers and businesses source reliable tradesmen locally and provide reviews based on the quality of the service they receive. Online Marketing and SEO activity will be ongoing to raise awareness and drive traffic to the site. The updated site design will go live later this month.
NEW SITES LAUNCHED
Mac In a Sac: One of our latest e-commerce sites, www.macinasac.com has been launched to boost online sales of this best-selling range of waterproof clothing. Belfast based company, Target Dry who are behind this initiative have been making waterproof clothing since 1987 and now design, manufacture and market their own ranges.
Bailies Coffee Company: Founded in 1993, Bailies Coffee recognised the growing demand for quality freshly roasted and ethically traded coffee in the UK and Ireland. With our re-design of their informational website, this newly branded e-commerce site, www.bailiescoffee.com will enable Bailies to boost sales and make their award winning coffees available to a much wider consumer base. The site will also raise awareness of their trade customer services which include sales and maintenance of coffee machines, barista training and ancillary product sales.
JP Corry Touchscreen: We recently completed development of a new touchscreen system for the showroom of this leading builder’s merchants. The interactive system enables customers to browse JP Corry’s range of products, their applications and review case studies during their visit. The touchscreen also synchronises with a web based version of the tool. New content added via the Content Management System (CMS) automatically updates the touchscreen, maximising efficiencies. The web version which can be viewed at www.jpcorry.com/touchscreen
Kingspan Group: We recently completed work on our first Chinese website to promote the products of Portadown based, Kingspan Solar to this target market, which has the largest population per country in the world.
NEW TEAM MEMBERS
The design team are pleased to welcome Mark Kirwan, to the role of Web Designer. Mark, from the Wirral, England recently moved to Northern Ireland, with his wife Sharon, from Lisburn. He has 5 years experience in web design and was formerly employed by Nottingham based user experience agency, Zabisco.
Keep up to date with developments at The Web Bureau at www.thewebbureau.com/blog