The team at SpriggHR wanted a fresh look to make sure there was consistency between their software/branding, and their website. The new website had to clearly show decision-makers and HR managers that SpriggHR could make their life better. The design had to speak to the simplicity and ease of use that the SpriggHR software offers and ultimately funnel leads to a custom form. We even had the fun task of creating some custom image assets to display the software in use on laptops and mobile – demonstrating the flexibility and ‘on-the-go’ benefits that are included.
Hope City Church needed a younger and more easy to update website to match their much more active social media and online communication goals, so we created a website that put more power in their hands. Online donations, the ability to request and schedule meetings, and a robust video library were some of the solutions we implemented to help make it easier for Hope City to keep their content fresh, and make it easier for first-timers and the community at large to engage with them.
HWC Insurance needed a way to quickly sort users according to the product they were looking for. A form above the fold on the home page, as well as directed navigation allowed customers to select what they were looking for, and then direct them to that page. We then added individual lead capture forms to allow customers to request a quote online, directly from that page.
Halton Homeschooling is a homeschooling co-op which involves the parents of children very heavily in their offering, and thus the website needed to cater to parents of young children. This led to a fun and creative vibe in terms of design, but also very simple and directed calls to action. The site allows for separate online registration for each of the age groups, making it easy for parents to sign their kids up!