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New responsive website for Remous Print

Back in September last year, we were proud to announce the re-brand for Remous Print based in Sherborne, Dorset. Since then we have been working closely together to design and develop a new responsive website based on the new identity and brand.

What is a responsive website?

We hear this phrase used time and time again nowadays, and that is because it’s an important factor when designing and developing a new website. A responsive website is a website that has the functionality to re-size and re-shape in order to create an optimal viewing experience for the user on all devices, whether it is a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or a mobile phone.

Remous Print wanted exactly that, along with some other features such as a content management system, the ability to integrate their blog posts and projects with their social media accounts, and also the ability for them to optimise their pages and content for search engines.

Responsive website for Remous Print

They wanted their customers to be able to use the website on the go, to get straight to the information they needed, to be able to submit their print requirements for a quote, and also to be able to access their own account to view orders and previous quotes. Above you can see a screen shot of the new website on both a desktop computer and a mobile phone.

View Remous’ new responsive website >

The new website won first prize at the Western Gazette Business Awards 2015 for ‘Best Business Website’.

Are your existing and potential customers leaving your site due to it being too small and difficult to read? Do you have to pinch and zoom to be able to navigate around the site? Do you have a high bounce rate on mobile devices? If you answered yes to any of these questions or don’t know the answers, then please contact us today to discuss a new responsive website for your business.

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