Boutique Recruitment calls for a responsive website design
This 5 page consultancy website design for Red Resource UK features a responsive layout for all modern devices. The site has been optimised for SEO, uses Google Font’s and is supported across all the main browsers for optimal performance.
We have created 4 pages for the site initially, with an optional blog (currently turned off) for use when the business scales up next. The welcome page includes key staff profiles which have modal overlay screens with extended information on the staff member within them. There are plenty of social network connections for the staff and busiess alike, and a carousel of relevant images supplied by the business.
Additionally (on the welcome page) we have incorporated a LinkedIn integration that allows users to apply for the current vacancy with as little as two clicks from that page. This is the first step in adding automation to the site that either visitors or staff can benefit from.
The services page boasts a sidebar menu that stays in focus for the duraing of content (large screens only). And the contact page supports custom travelling directions from the visitors chosen address/postcode area through use of Google Maps integration. Additionally the contact page form ties directly into the chosen CRM, allowing the employees to track all communications.
We also installed Freshdesk for the client, allowing visitors access to a wealth of business relevant information, topics and knowledge-base right within the website. By using the green tab on the site of every page visitors can email support directly, upload CV’s or access written assistance from the company’s resources. Further to this, visitors can access the full support portal via the Extra menu option.
Showcase Imagery have also assisted with the branding of all social media outlets that Red Resrouce currently use; including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+
Red Resource – Boutique Recruitment responsive website design
The website design was instigated at the start of business for Red Resource, as there was no basis to model the brand on, a clean canvas was the working ground. Likewise, the corporate identity was created at the same time and a concious effort was made to omit red from the brand in any shade at all.
The initial brief consisted of creating a point of contact that was informative but not regularly updated. A visitor should feel as though they have reached a professional entity and would be happy with the authenticity offered.