Drury Tea & Coffee
Drury are major suppliers of tea, coffee and barista equipment in London and across the UK. In 2014 they expanded their business and moved to a larger HQ, so naturally wanted to revamp their old website to reflect this success and to work harder selling their products and services. Instead of choosing an expensive central London design agency, they wanted to find an equivalent design agency outside of central that could offer the same level of experience and service but not at London design agency price tag!
We created a fresh, clean look featuring an image slider using endorsements by some famous restaurateurs and chefs. The site map was restructured to create a page per main service or product to help potential customers to more easily find what they are looking for and drive sales.
The new website is responsive so the layout of the content adapts to suit the device being used to view it. This much improves the user experience.
The web design uses the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) which gives the client the ability to edit and update the content.
What We Did
We created a fresh, clean look that takes its inspiration from the existing logo and colour palette. The new design features image sliders that use endorsements by some famous restaurateurs and chefs.
This site was built using the popular WordPress content management system, giving the client the ability to update and add content.
Search Engine Optimisation
We optimised the site to rank well for people searching for coffee, tea and barista products and services in London. The site appears on the first page of the Google search results for many of these searches.
Mobile Responsive Design
A mobile responsive design was used to allow the new site to be easily navigated and browsed on mobile, tablets and desktops.
Google Analytics tracking was setup to allow the client to analyse the visitor activity on their site. They can see detailed information including how many people have visited the site, where they are visiting from and what keywords they typed into Google to find their website.