Neil Newman Search
This one page recruitment agency web design was built for Neil to give him a professional online presence which he could send his potential customers to learn more about him and the recruitment services he provides.
From the start Neil wanted to have some movement in his site to help make it stand out from his competitors. He told us about his idea of lighthouse, so we incorporated a video background of lighthouse in the banner at the top of his recruitment agency web design.
Being a one page website, it starts with an introduction to Neil and then moves the visitor down the page to read more about him and his services, ending on contact form to make an enquiry. Testimonials have been used to split the page up and provide social proof of the great service he provides.
What We Did
A simple one page recruitment agency web Design using the colours of the supplied logo to break up the page into sections.
This site was built using the popular WordPress content management system, giving the client the ability to update and add content.
Drag & Drop Page Builder
We included the industry leading drag & drop page builder which allows the client to quickly update the pages on their website and also build new professional looking pages with very little technical knowledge required.
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.
What the client said
“Murray and Matt were a joy to work with. They appeared to have an intuitive understanding of what I was wanting to portray regardless of how badly I articulated it! The result was beyond my expectations in terms of speed of delivery, input and suggestions and ultimately, the website itself.”Neil Newman