Room at the Top

The Brief

Room at the Top are fully qualified Builders specialising in extensions and loft conversions. They have over 25 years experience working within the Hampshire area. They got in touch with me about redeveloping their website to give it a fresh look, for it to work on mobile devices, and to help rebrand their business. The primary aim of the website was to show the services they offered and various examples of previous work they had completed along with reviews and feedback from clients.

The Design

The Process

We met to discuss what they liked about with their current website and what they would like to see improved and added in the redesign.

Through having a number of meetings we were able to clearly identify what would benefit them from having a website redesign. There was a need to focus more on the work they provided and show examples of previous construction projects they had been involved with. In addition to this we looked at implementing reviews from clients onto the site to give potential customers piece of mind before contacingt Room at the Top for more information and quotations.

From the information we gathered at the initial research phases we were able to explore layouts using wireframe sketches, continually modifying these, until we had a final design. Once we had this clear understanding of the layout I developed a number of functional pages, focusing on the most important sections of the site. These designs were all signed off, the website was developed and implemented, working closely with the client throughout.

What the Client Says

Working with David has been an absolute pleasure. From the first email contact he has proved to be extremely professional and a real pleasure to work with. He was able to help and guide me from the outset through the process of having a website redesign.
Simon Willis – Room at the Top

The Result

Room at the Top had a website developed for them which was focused around informing potential customers of the services they provided. Analytics were provided so that they could monitor the number of visits to the site and which areas of the website interested visitors more.