London Office Interiors
Since 1976, London Office Interiors have been refurbishing high-profile and multinational corporations with new interiors, equipment and facilities.
Located just outside Heathrow Airport, they pride themselves on delivering exceptionally high standards when it comes to improving and optimising business space solutions. When Managing Director Tony Abrook wanted a new website, he came to us.
Have a read to see how our web designers got on.
Cheap UK web design
Rob Curedale said “Design is creativity with strategy.” And if any quote comes near to representing what we love to do, it’s this one.
For us, cheap web design is more than just designing websites for clients that look nice. It’s all about having a strategy behind the design.
Whether you’re looking to attract more people to your online store, get more people to sign up to your subscription list or increase the number of visitors to your portfolio – design which is informed by goals can help get you there.
But no matter what your goals are, you need to make good impressions and keep visitors pinned to your page. For London Office Interiors, making those impressions was what visual design had to do.
To begin with, our designers needed a colour palette to curate the right atmosphere for visitors.
Helping to foreground the rest of the homepage, our team introduce visitors with a minimal and attractive blue and white colour scheme.
Cutting through a white background, blue banners, headers and call to action buttons pierce through to give the webpage a well-balanced presence.
Through these two colours, we’re able to evoke professional, reliable and a relaxed visual tone.
And across the other five pages – covering the contact page to a gallery and service pages – you’ll see this colour palette guide the user through to what they need to locate.
Elsewhere, web design follows through this minimal, spacious and professional tone, with bright and airy content banners, high resolution images and unconventional design shapes that cut through the white background.
Interfaces, at the end of the day, help your customers find what they’re looking for when they need it. It’s not about impressing users with unnecessary design features, it’s about helping them solver their queries through design features that matter.
For users looking for a reputable corporate refurbishment company, we had to make sure the interface was built around them and their needs.
On the homepage, the users’ scrolling journey is enhanced with sticky navigation functionality, demarcated content banners – each with images and concise content – visible and helpful call to action buttons, and features in place to help users get on with their journey such as contact CTAs and a navigation menu in the footer.
Social proof means strengthening your business and services through your earned reputation. By earned reputation, we mean all those previous clients you’ve dealt with who are satisfied with your service.
It manifests in many ways, from positive reviews to word-of-mouth recommendations and social media endorsements.
Another way to demonstrate social proof is through logos. For our client, our designers uploaded corporate logos of our client’s clients, helping to highlight the impressive range of high-profile businesses London Office Interiors have worked with.