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 of the branding throughout the webpages to achieve consistency.
Happen received the full website design experience from Webheads, and in turn their website visitors received a stellar user experience on the finished website. The team worked to search engine optimise each and every webpage on the Happen website which was built using a content management system (CMS) to be responsive on both desktop and mobile devices. This SEO was refreshed and refined again in 2016 to keep the high standards set by both Webheads and Happen themselves. The entire project was a great experience for all involved: “It was time to bring in the professionals. They always respected our considerations, working swiftly yet never rushed. In short: the best professionals we could have possibly hoped for.” Founding Partner at Happen, Costas Papaikonomou
Webheads has been designing websites for over twenty years for clients around the world. We know how to build websites that build results and our clients know that. Happen maintain an excellent working relationship with us here at Webheads. We can cater to the needs of our clients from both the UK and abroad. With Happen for example, we implemented animation into their logo for that final professional design and branding edge to seal the deal and make business happen. Just this year we undertook an extensive SEO audit of their website to ensure that all of their content and each of their webpages were optimised for some of the newer developments in online marketing such as expanded text ads, voice search and methods to combat the ‘fake news’ revelation which took the web by storm.