We designed the website for Happen (happen.com) as they came to us seeking a fresh and responsive corporate website design to reflect both their vision and their business ethos. Happen works by identifying any frustrations or niches in the market and creating innovative ways for their clients to fill these gaps and meet these needs. Their corporate website design required a straightforward design which had impact and an instant appeal to visitors and with our use of high quality imagery, strong primary colours and universal icons, we did just that. Happen were extremely happy with the result and even received positive feedback from their own clients: “Wow! What a great website. Love the structure, content, great balance between engagement and extremely hard hitting content. Congrats to the team who’ve developed this. You owe them a bonus, I’m confident this is contributing to incremental business!”
Working in relocation management with a slogan of “the business of listening”; Sterling required an expansive website design which conveyed the scale of their global reach. Their network covers more than one-hundred-and-eighty countries where they are adept at helping families and businesses move abroad. To reflect the no doubt lengthy logistics that goes into this, Webheads utilised a simple five-tab header and included infographics throughout the webpages to relay information in an easy to read manner. Sterling were no different to many of our corporate clients in that they required their website by a tight deadline. It goes without saying that the Webheads team of course delivered this on time (and on budget).
Delve deeper into the corporate world and you will encounter more niche (but still on a global scale) services on offer. One such example is that of NMU – specialist insurance provides which cater to the likes of cargo, freight, engineering and terrorism. We worked hard to strike a balance between the reality of the big business corporate entity that NMU is and also of the personal one-to-one service that they offer to their clients. Therefore social sliders such as Twitter and a visible tile for visitors to download the likes of brochures, flyers and forms were implemented into the modern and responsive design.