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The London Pass

Adaptive eCommerce website

Daytona Motorsport

Motorsport web design

Sterling

Corporate web design

Project 44

Sports management web design

Angus Buchanan Design

Creative web design

The Supreme Court Events

Corporate web design

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Websites that make leads Happen are designed by Webheads

Happen came to Webheads as they were looking for a website design experience that could represent them around the world seamlessly. Therefore online branding took a big slant of the project with the need to present a cohesive image to website visitors from around the world. We took a less is more approach to their branding which paid off in spades. Strong colours juxtaposed against a clear white font and iconography made for an attention grabbing (but not abrasive) visual impact which keeps the eye drawn to the website. We were conscious that this needed to be a stoic and long-standing design, so we were sure to implement the colourings and stylings […]

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Preparing for the Next Web Design Frontier – HTTP2

What do I need to know?: The main thing to take from all of this is that new developments bring with them new improvements. Websites designed on standard HTTP will still function as normal, but websites designed specifically for HTTP2 (or optimised for same) will perform that bit better. As we know with the competition online today, those searching online are spoilt for choice and may gravitate towards websites which load and perform better and faster than others as this forms part of a better overall Ux. This can get quite technical and dense; but it is suffice to say that HTTP2 is poised to become the new standard in swift and […]

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Creative, Immersive and Responsive – The Webheads Way

Creative With thousands (if not millions) of new websites going live every year, it is getting that bit more difficult to stand out from the crowded online marketplace. Not so when you get your website designed by Webheads. Working for international brands and their respective brand presences and advertisments; Happen needed a website that remained true to this creative flux but could also manage the ongoing flux at the same time. We produced a slick and world-class platform for them that displayed both their own creativity and the creativity of the brands they work with. “We engaged with the Webheads team when we realised we’d reached a point in our business growth […]

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Facebook Recommendations Reach UK Businesses

As a Business, what do I need to know? You need to know that the Facebook recommendations update is mainly for personal users to benefit from, but smart businesses can poise themselves to reap the benefits too. When a user posts a status stating the likes of “What events are on tonight?” or “Where is a good restaurant to eat on Thursday night?”, the Facebook algorithm kicks in. By recognising what the user has posted via the text they use (“What events”, “Where is a good restaurant” etc.), the comments they receive will be optimised for them. So if a friend recommends a restaurant by commenting on the status, if that restaurant […]

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How we Design and Deploy a Fully Functioning eCommerce Website

When clients come to us seeking an online shop element for their business website, we always make sure to keep this at the forefront of our minds during the design process. This seeps into the overall layout and design of your website and also becomes evident in the imagery and text used within your website. A full throttle approach such as this results in the presence of your online shop and shopping cart being known and accessible without being forced onto your website visitors. See our eCommerce website design for the London Pass website as an example. The yellow ‘Buy Now’ button in the header, smattering of attractions and prices in the […]

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How we Create Luxury Website Design Interfaces

The website we designed for Senzati illustrates this point well. Senzati provide VIP transportation for their clients in their luxuriously modified Mercedes vehicles with their flagship being that of the Jet Sprinter. To showcase this expansive (and expensive) vehicle, we made sure to utilise full screen imagery which went edge to edge for the screens of both desktop and mobile devices. This allowed every detail of the vehicles to be showcased such as the embossed leather seats, sound and screen systems and spacious tinted windows and sunroof. Straplines accompanied these images explaining for example that the vehicles can be further customised to suit specific client requests and journeys. While visual aspects are […]

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Review of Website Design 2016

NMU Insurance: We modernised NMU’s web presence by building and designing a clean and clear website that divided their different insurance sectors by using a tile-based layout. Within each tile lies a wealth of information for the website visitor (and potential customer), ensuring to implement calls-to-action and easy navigation for that all important user experience (our specialty at Webheads). Supreme Court Events: When high-profile political clients require a website that they know will receive a lot of traffic and public interest, they contact the expert team here at Webheads and entrust the task to us. We designed an impressive and sophisticated website for Supreme Court Events to showcase their venue and services […]

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How a Seasonal Website can Remain Relevant all Year Round

One of the more recent additions to our sprawling client portfolio is that of Santa Holidays from Canterbury Travel which specialises in holidays to Lapland and meets and greets with Santa Claus himself. Understandably, their seasonal website sees the most traffic and interaction in the winter season during the run up to Christmas. However they also offer summer trips to Lapland by highlighting how ‘unspoiled’ and magical the country is all year round. This is reflected in the text and copywriting of the website in a way which reveals to the website visitors that Lapland is a destination that can be visited and enjoyed all year round. Due to this reliance on text, […]

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UX – The User Design Experience from Webheads

Simplicity and efficiency were key when we designed the Supreme Court Events website. Featuring a floating header and succinct webpages gives website visitors a consolidated and concise user design experience. Navigation is made easy as the header with different options is always present but never intrusive. In terms of booking a room or even hiring the venue itself, testimonials played a big part in influencing the decision of those who visited the website (in fact, testimonials are paramount online when trying to sell a product and/or service). Rather than feature testimonials about themselves, Supreme Court Events flip this on its head and instead feature ‘Accredited Suppliers’ and ‘Highlights’ sections to stem the […]

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Who are my Website Visitors?
We Can Tell You

What is Lead Forensics? Advanced B2B lead generation is available at Webheads through a software we offer (and use ourselves) called Lead Forensics. This lets you see who has visited your website, what content they looked at and how long they spent viewing it. Sound familiar to Google Analytics? Lead Forensics goes one step further by providing you with the company, contact name and contact details of the person visiting your site where possible and also tells how the visit history of each contact – even after they close down a session on your website. Kept all on a single dashboard, Lead Forensics makes B2B lead generation a manageable and effective part […]

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