Westmorland Accountants already had a website but were keen to replace it with a more eye-catching and enticing design. With the subject matter considered relatively unstimulating by many, there was an enthusiasm to move away from anything too wordy to something informative, visual and to the point.
As a relatively new business building its client base it was important any design supported the image Westmorland Accountants wants to display and highlights the professionalism of the company. To support growth there was also a desire to capture contact details from potential clients through the use of an innovative sign-up option.
We built a website based around a visual design so as it stands out against the websites of competitors. With a left hand sidebar and large, striking imagery keeps the website clean and memorable. Each page is informative but lite with a clear Call to Action assisting them to make contact with Westmorland Accountants through a contact form which automatically informs our client what the interested party has been looking at. The website has also been built around the functionality to download guidance documents which lead to a lightbox requesting contact details. This allows Westmorland Accountants to further build their list of potential leads and continue to grow their business, whilst also selling their expertise in the accountancy front from the off.
Overall we have provided Westmorland Accountants with a website which closely matches their brand and personality, as well as offering assurance to current and potential clients in their capability in the finance sector.
"We could not have been happier with the quality of the website Freshspace has given us. They have managed to produce a website that looks fantastic, is really easily navigated and mirrors the professional image we provide to our clients. They understood what we were after and were great to work with. We would feel confident in recommending Darren and Eilidh to any potential customer."
We’re easy to talk to and we don’t (and won’t) talk jargon. We like to keep things simple.