Every couple of years we take the time to mount a redesign which better represents the modern practices we’re currently using for our clients.
Leicester (PRWEB UK) 27 March 2013
Over the past decade websites have become an increasingly integral part of any business with an online component. They’re not simply an additional feature, but an extension of the company itself, completely inseparable in the mind of consumers.
Considering the importance of web design in modern commerce, Williams Commerce are proud to announce the launch of their new website, redesigned to better represent the modern design practices they utilise when creating online platforms for their array of clients.
The new site features a complete visual upheaval to help identify important areas, and direct potential clients to relevant information and offers with dedicated landing pages for the various services the company can help businesses to optimise. The site includes full optimisation for display and accessibility on mobile devices, another common necessity of modern website creation.
Updating the usability of the site to be more convenient for customers has come in a number of forms, with rolling banners and a new customer service discussion pane available. Site visitors can open an instant-messaging conversation with company employees at any time, enquiring after offers and services.
The marketing director of the company was available to comment on the new launch, ‘Technology changes over time, and it’s simply not feasible to be updating an existing site to match current trends every few months. Every couple of years we take the time to mount a redesign which better represents the modern practices we’re currently using for our clients. Considering our recent specialisation in Magento development, this felt like the best time to reinvent WilliamsCommerce.com.’
Williams Commerce are a digital marketing and search engine optimisation agency, operating out of their headquarters in the heart of Leicester. By continually updating the usability and clear communication of their website, they hope to better represent the best practices of web design they uphold for paying customers.