Project Description

Web design Harringay

Novus Strategy are a digital transformation consultancy based in Harringay.

They needed a standard, brochure style website to showcase their services.

You can view a screenshot of the home page below.

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Web Design Harringay
Web Design Harringay

Web design Harringay

Novus Strategy are a digital transformation consultancy based in Harringay.

They needed a standard, brochure style website to showcase their services.

You can view a screenshot of the home page below.

Tell us about your project
Web Design Harringay

There’s no secret to getting ahead these days.

It’s all about adapting in an ever-changing world of disruption. For medium to large businesses trying to make this a reality, London businesses consultancy, Novus Strategy, are here to help. Utilising the best of business and IT systems, they help enterprises thrive within the world’s digital eco systems. Novus Strategy wanted a new website to display services and showcase how they can help businesses realise their goals. Here’s how our designers made it happen.

Web design and user interface

For us, successful web design boils down to two things: visual appeal and user functionality. At its core, web design is what online visitors engage with to get close to your business and its services, and to help them solve a myriad of queries.

Keeping things simple whilst still having functionality is a challenging balance to make, but when done right, can improve the user experience ten-fold. When our designers received a brief from a business strategic consultancy, they knew they had to make design make those great first impressions.

And this entailed wrapping up our client’s values and translating that in inspiring design to encourage further user action.

As soon as you land on the homepage, you immediately notice how clean, modern and minimal the interface really is. And this was achieved in several ways.

First, the colour palette.

A royal blue and crisp white palette gives this website a refreshing energy and helps balance things out. With this colour scheme, we’re also able to bring out other design elements and features such as images, call to action buttons and content banners.

Second, by utilising white space. Many web designers fall into the trap of thinking white space is bad space, but you’ll be surprised at how well it can work.

Nobody likes to be bombarded by content – white space helps to space out content and structure the website perfectly.

Third, banners and images. You’ll notice that, throughout the website, we have content banners containing key pieces of information. These are often supported by semi transparent images and accompanying call to actions.

These banners help to diversify the delivery of content and bring something new to customers’ devices.

Finally, we have the way in which content is delivered. From the sans serif typeface to chunky headers, we’re able to help our client say what they need to.

Web navigation

It’s all fun and games having appealing design, but if users can’t do anything with it, you might as well call it a day.

Users usually make up their minds about your website within the first 8 seconds.

For our client, navigation functionality had to be there for customers.

With a sticky header, customers can scroll and find their next page with ease, whilst convenient call to action buttons are always visible to take them there.

We also have an incredibly clear and minimal services section on the homepage, neatly defining our client’s services and values.

And finally, on the services page itself, content is delivered to users in a chessboard fashion, which helps prevent scrolling fatigue. Perfect.