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Team Verve have supported the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity by donning festive attire and donating money.
The charity enhances the experience of the 280,000 children cared for by Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital each and every year, ensuring young children in hospital have access to the best facilities, care and support.
Verve are proud to have donated to this wonderful charity and we hope you will consider doing the same by following this link.
Team Verve has big plans for 2024, and we are delighted to have added three talented members to our friendly team of local experts. We hope you will join us in welcoming them to the fold, and we look forward to seeing the value they provide your businesses in the coming year. Without further ado, here are our new signings:
Callum Richardson – Digital Marketing Manager
Callum is an expert at helping small to medium sized companies to scale their online revenue. He brings a wealth of experience in Digital Marketing Strategy, having worked across a range of platforms including Meta Ads, Google Ads, Klaviyo, Mailchimp, LinkedIn Advertising and more. His favourite word is omnichannel and he enjoys nothing more than creating a coordinated digital marketing strategy that harnesses data to provide real value and growth to a business. That’s a slight lie, he enjoys watching Aston Villa slightly more (when they win), but he still brings a great combination of passion, experience and knowledge to Verve and hopefully to your business too.
Tom Reynolds – Developer
You may recognise this name, as Tom previously worked for us whilst he was securing his Apprenticeship. Since then he has taken a sabbatical to South America; if you ever want a good story, Tom is your man. We are delighted to welcome the new and improved life-rich Tom back to the team. He is a talented developer with the versatility to work with front-end visuals as well as back-end visuals. Tom is dedicated to delivering circular experiences and will strive to make your websites a dream to explore. In his free time, Tom enjoys live music and traveling the world.
Sam – Account/Project Manager
Sam has the winning combination of a data-driven approach and a friendly, professional manner which make him a perfect project/account manager. He has a strong understanding of both development and marketing which he has previously used to help a range of businesses achieve their goals. Recently, Sam was invited to attend Y Combinator, where he attended lectures and workshops hosted by the founders of Reddit, Twitch, OpenAI and more. Sam loves to cycle and explore the Shropshire countryside.
We have some exciting plans for 2024 and hope we can continue to provide the same ethics, expertise and results that set us apart. If you are looking for website development, design or digital marketing then get in touch and we will be happy to talk. Please email us on email@example.com
WordPress is a very flexible platform for building websites, and choosing between a bespoke design and a templated theme is an important decision. Here’s a structured breakdown of the differences:
1. Customisation and Uniqueness:
2. Development Time and Cost:
3. Maintenance and Updates:
4. Scalability and Future Changes:
5. SEO and Performance:
The choice between a bespoke WordPress website and a templated theme depends on your specific goals, budget, and technical expertise. A bespoke website offers unmatched customisation and uniqueness but comes with a higher cost and longer development time. On the other hand, templated themes provide a quicker and more budget-friendly solution, but you might have to compromise on some aspects of customisation and uniqueness. Templates can lend themselves well to start-ups, that then move on to a more bespoke theme once they are more established.
Consider your project requirements carefully to make the best choice for your website, and if you need any assistance please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our knowledgeable team.
In today’s climate it can be hard to justify new purchases, especially something that requires a big investment such as a new website, but could you be missing out on potentially generating more business by holding back?
Investing in a new website can provide many opportunities for businesses, here are some of the reasons why it could be the right choice to make.
Having Online Presence
With the world becoming ever more digital, having an online presence is crucial. A website is your visual storefront, providing a platform to showcase your products, services and portray your brand to existing and potential customers, allowing you to provide them with information about the product or service that you’re offering.
A website that has been well designed, built and maintained will only work towards enhancing your credibility and reputation. It gives your business a polished and trustworthy image, which can build trust in potential customers.
Your website can be accessed with anyone who has the internet, this gives you the opportunity to expand your target audience much further than if you were to simply have a physical storefront.
Your marketing is usually driven to your website, having a well constructed site means that any PPC, social media and email marketing that is driven to the site has a better chance of converting if it is built with conversion in mind. Additionally a site that is well built, designed and populated will enhance your SEO and drive further organic traffic to your business, whilst increasing brand awareness at the same time.
Having a website allows you to engage with your client base, giving you the opportunity to share important product or service information, share updates on the business and products and services that you offer, as well as allowing customers to contact you either via contact form or live chat. Responding to these contact requests quickly and efficiently builds trust and repeat purchase.
If you’re investing in a well built site then you should do so with the future in mind. Future proofing your website is the perfect way to ensure that it can grow with you and your business. A site that is built well will be able to scale and adapt alongside your business needs. Choosing the right platform for this is key.
Ultimately, investing in a new website means an upfront cost but it can provide an excellent return on investment if built and designed well. It can increase conversion, drive traffic and generate leads. But don’t just take our word for it, we recently got in touch with a customer as part of our ongoing customer service policy and asked them a few questions about their website. We were so delighted by their response that we decided to share it.
Q: What benefits have you experienced from having a strong site like yours as opposed to a poorly constructed site?
A: The site is the biggest shop window we have and in today’s world, gone are the paper brochures and it’s now all online. For us, the website is the first thing they look at to decide if we are a professional outfit or not. Ease of use, imagery, links and hit rate are also important, which we get with our site.
Just as important as the desktop version is the mobile version. There are so many companies’ websites which you access from your mobile and they really struggle to use effectively as they have not been set up correctly.
Q: Are you still happy with your site?
A: Yes! It’s now five years old but still looks good, clean and easy to navigate. We refresh the imagery regularly and also update pages with new text from time to time. We are changing and adapting some pages to offer more information too.
Q: Are you happy with the investment you put into your site?
A: Most definitely. For us, this is the first thing people will cross reference when they find or use our company. Our site portrays quality and professionalism. No cowboys here!
Q: Do you think it was worth it?
A: Yes, although I find defining marketing spend and then quantifying results is tricky. But, there is no way we would be where we are today if we did not have a good website. It is part and parcel of a professional organisation.
Q: Do you still see a value in your site?
A: Yes. We also want to build on this too and make it even better. We need more details on it and with our own updates we can do, we have the option to make this a versatile site which is constantly evolving because of the way it has been built.
Q: If you had your time again – would you still make the same decision? What would you do differently?
A: Websites are essential. No question about it. If I did it again I would still have had a professional build it and definitely not opted for a ‘make your own’ one online. Our company image MUST be professional and I cannot afford to have a second rate site.
Q: Finally – do you still feel it is important to have a professional site? Do you think it has helped to grow your business? Would you have been able to achieve your growth without it?
A: We definitely need a site as the answers above have shown. Whilst it is very hard to quantify how much input it has directly had I know that every one of my new leads will have looked at us on our website and made the decision as to whether we know what we are doing or not. Bad site, bad company. Good site, professional company.
So, is it time for a new website? Get in touch! We can help.
Are you considering a new website and not sure which platform to choose? Shopify can be a great choice, but why?
These are just a few of the many reasons why you might choose Shopify as your eCommerce platform. Ultimately, the best platform for you will depend on your individual needs and goals for your online store. Why not get in touch with us for a quote?
Pro Max is a goal-based campaign type within Google Ads that will allow you to access all of the Google Ads inventory from a single campaign. This includes Search, Shopping, Display, YouTube, Gmail, Maps and Discovery campaigns.
The biggest difference between Pro Max campaigns and other Google Ads campaigns is automation, using the assets that you provide Google will automate the creation of the ads and create the best combination to maximise performance.
The Pro Max campaigns promise to deliver more conversions and value by optimising performance in real-time and across channels using Smart Bidding. The idea is to combine bidding, budget, audiences, creatives, attributions and more to create a smarter ad, driven by specific objectives that you choose and using the assets, audience signals and data feeds provided by you.
The real-time data enables you to discover new audience segments that you may have previously been unaware of and helps to get ads in front of new shoppers.
Pro Max campaigns are ideal for advertisers that are looking to appear on all Google’s advertising platforms, with a single campaign, they can also be a good option for smaller businesses that want to reach all these channels.
The new campaigns involve creating assets that are best suited for your business, images, videos and text, this allows you to optimise your campaigns so that they suit your business best.
Utilising Pro Max campaigns to get the most from your business is what we will be looking to do as an agency moving forward! Get in touch if you want to know more or need help setting up your Pro Max Campaign.
Google 360 Tours let you showcase your business so that the user can fully immerse themselves within your office, shop or other place of business.
It allows you to promote your business through high-quality virtual tours which help to get people through your door.
Whether your business is a small shopfront, a large corporate business or an arena you can really show off your interior, giving individuals an insight into your company.
Verve has teamed up with a Google Trusted Agency to produce stunning Google 360 Tours at an affordable price. The team consists of some of the best Virtual Tour experts in the UK. They specialise in promoting your business through high-quality virtual tours which you’re then able to add to your Google My Business profile, your website and your social media.
Here you can see an example of a Google 360 tour recently produced!
GA4 collects event-based data from both websites and apps. It is the new property designed for the future of measurement, replacing the current Universal Analytics.
The new analytics platform will collect data to better understand the customer journey, it uses event-based data instead of session-based, includes privacy controls such as cookieless measurement, and behavioural and conversion modelling, predictive capabilities offer guidance without complex models and direct integrations to media platforms help to push actions on your website or app.
GA4 has become the default when setting up a new property, and you will need to upgrade to GA4 before summer 2023. As soon as you set up a new GA4 property you will start collecting useful data without even putting any additional tags into place
If you have an app, a website or both it is now recommended that you set up a GA4 account alongside existing GA accounts, if you have them, this will give you time to collect data in GA4 without losing any data currently held in your GA accounts, so, no time like the present!
Currently users on websites will consent to cookies which will track a website’s performance, but this leaves gaps where user consent isn’t given for tracking. So GA4 will start filling in the gaps by using machine learning, meaning that your data will be more reliable.
GA4 is built to be future proof, it has a much larger focus on tracking the entire user journey as opposed to splitting up current user interaction into sessions, devices or platforms as Universal Analytics does. It allows bespoke tracking of events which you can then turn into conversions giving a truer conversion rate.
GA4 allows for more accurate data collection and reporting, meaning that businesses can better track user behaviour and understand how users interact with their website or app.
GA4 provides more in–depth insights into user behaviour, so that businesses can better understand how users interact with their website or app. GA4 processes data in a much better way than Universal Analytics.
It creates a single user journey for all data linked to the same identity resulting in much better reporting, compared to Analytics where a single user can appear to be different when showing on a different device or platform.
GA4 comes with automated intelligence tools that can help businesses to optimise their website or app for better user experience.
GA4 is integrated with Google Ads and other Google marketing tools, so that businesses can better measure user journeys and understand how their campaigns are performing.
The new GA4 has a shiny new look, the user interface can be customised and has less limitation on scorecard size and shape. There are additional changes to the layout making it feel less clunky and feels easier to use and far more seamless.
Google Tag Manager
Making the move to GA4 can be a tricky process, you’ll need to ensure that the tracking is working seamlessly across your site. If you need a hand, why not get in touch with us today and let us do it for you!
You can find out more about GA4 from Google here.
Verve has committed to planting a tree for every sale we make. As a B Corporation Business we are always looking for more ways that we can help our environment and invest into the future of our planet. We discovered Ecologi, who will help us do just that, and are very excited to start planting our forest with the team here at Verve.
Every time we make a sale, no matter how big or small, we will plant a tree.
One of the best ways to tackle the climate crisis and to keep the planet’s temperatures from rising is to plant more trees. Trees are also key in preventing ecological collapse.
Ecologi has a fantastic range of partners that plant trees on their behalf and responsibly plant millions of trees every month with the help of businesses like Verve.
Verve chose Ecologi because it enables us to check out the exact species, location and project of every single tree planted on our behalf. They ensure that the location and tree species are appropriate for each planting site and that the planting only takes place during the correct seasonal conditions. They work closely with trusted reforestation partners who themselves work alongside local communities, using their valuable knowledge for the planting process.
So by working with Verve, you will be investing back into the planet as well. What better reason to get in touch with us today and see what we can offer you? Whether it is help with your existing site, building you a new one or digital marketing assistance, we’re here to cover it all.
Verve has recently become a member of Shropshire for Good, a branch of UK for Good.
UK for Good began in Cheshire, when Cheshire for Good was set up to inform, inspire and enable forward-thinking business leaders to better understand and improve their impact on their people, communities and the planet.
UK for Good work in partnership with local businesses, public organisations, business networks, and educational institutions, to shape a cleaner, greener, fairer future for all. They have now set up branches for each region as the demand for local businesses to join UK for Good was obvious.
As Verve is already a B Corporation Business, the chance to join Shropshire for Good made sense, an opportunity to build relationships with like minded businesses and to enable us to offer our services to businesses that might be looking for a supplier that believes in a greener, more sustainable future, and makes business choices to reflect this.
Shropshire for Good organise monthly online meetings where discussions are held about what businesses can do to help the planet, and what actions they can take that will make a difference. Speakers from businesses that are already taking these steps help others that wish to do so to understand why it is such an important topic, and how they can start. Verve co hosted at the launch of Shropshire for Good, where we shared our B Corporation journey and some of the changes we made.
We hope to be able to connect with more businesses like Verve and to be part of a network of like minded companies in Shrewsbury that will help to shape a county that invests back into the community, and into the planet.
If you want to find out more about the work that UK for Good does, you can take a look here.
To get in touch with us to find out more about what we offer as a business then just drop us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Travelling to work, what you eat, how you live at home, all these things contribute to your carbon footprint. Your carbon footprint is the amount of greenhouse gases that are emitted through the activities that you partake in daily. It is the way that we measure the impact of a person, business or country on climate change.
So, how can you reduce your carbon footprint? It all starts by thinking about the choices that we make daily, and how these choices can become more climate-friendly.
We made a conscious decision to evaluate all areas of our business which contributed to our very own carbon footprint. We made changes to the way we conducted our business to ensure that we were reducing any negative impact on the environment, reducing our carbon footprint. We applied for, and were awarded, B Corporation status. As a B Corporation Business we are held to the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.
Here are some of the things that we looked at and some ideas to help you get started today!
Considering other modes of transport that don’t burn fossil fuels can make a big impact on the environment.
If you live close enough to your workplace you can ride your bike which is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. As a business you can add bike shelters and stands so that employees have somewhere safe to store their bikes. You can choose public transport to avoid car trips just for you, or share a lift with a colleague. Working from home where possible, even for just some of your hours can also help to reduce those car trips. Switching to an electric or hybrid car is another option if you need to use your car regularly. As a business you can install car chargers at the work place and add electric cars to the fleet of company cars.
You can turn your heating down by just a degree or two and it will already make a difference. Taking shorter showers to save water and the energy taken to heat the water. Unplugging electronic equipment when not in use or fully charged, such as turning computers off at night, will all make a difference. Here at Verve we now turn all lights and electronic equipment off when we aren’t using it and we have saved around 25% on our bills each month!
You can also take steps to make an effort to recycle as and where you can, every little bit can make a difference! Putting in recycling points at work can help to encourage staff to recycle also. And finally, choosing energy efficient products where possible will also help to reduce that carbon footprint.
Try and invest in sustainable clothing, buy responsibly made clothes made from recycled material or with organic materials. Alternatively purchase second hand clothes, swap clothes or rent them from companies that offer this as an option.
Taking a look at what you put on your plate each day is one of the biggest ways to reduce your carbon footprint. This is because the meat and dairy industries are some of the top contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions. It is also a great way to lead a healthier lifestyle by adding more fruit and veg to your diet. If you don’t want to give up meat you can start by just having meat free meals or days, or try substituting meat products with plant based alternatives. If you replace one meal a day with a plant based option you could reduce your water and carbon footprint by up to 25%
It is also key to consume local and seasonal products as much as possible, this avoids foods that don’t grow in this country in the winter or summer being flown in from overseas, or using intensive farming methods such as pesticides and greenhouses to force them to grow at times they otherwise wouldn’t. These both add significantly to your carbon footprint.
Waste is a big contributing factor to your carbon footprint, so it is worthwhile making a conscious decision to only buy what you need and not more. This can apply to food, clothing and any material possessions. You can add water meters at the workplace as well as encouraging staff prudence with electricity.
We recently announced that we have become a BCorp Business but did you also know that we are a Climate Neutral Partner? Our business ethos is put back into our planet, not just to take away.
We strive as a company to ensure that everything we do is with the planet in mind, from our suppliers to the way we conduct business, everything has an ethical thought process and we work to keep our promise of providing active, credible care for the environment.
As a Climate Neutral Company we offset carbon emissions by supporting carbon offset projects. We recently backed the offset project of clean cookstoves in Nyungwe. The CO2 equivalents of 20,600kg. You can find out more about this project here.
The climate offset projects that we support are more than just CO2 savings, they are about development projects for people as well. Helping to achieve clean energy, clean cooking stoves, clean drinking water and light, time for work or school, healthy forests full of healthy animals, all whilst helping to protect our climate.
Carbon offset projects help other people in the world to enjoy better living conditions, in addition to saving greenhouse gas emissions. By supporting these projects we offset the carbon emissions that we generate as a business.
We hope to continue to build on the work that we do, helping to change the world bit by bit, and supporting more projects as part of our journey.
We are aiming to embed sustainable climate action into our corporate activity.
You can find out more about becoming a Climate Partner here
To find out more about our ethos and our mission here at Verve visit our Mission page.
Assess We looked at who we worked with, how we conducted business, and what we were already doing that met or could be improved to meet the B Corp higher ethical standard.
Where required, we then went through a process of business activity evolution. Examples include shedding suppliers that did not meet this higher ethical standard; reducing our ecological impact in every possible area, becoming climate and carbon neutral; and improving still further the terms of our staff with initiatives including becoming a certified Living Wage employer.
Applying for B Corp Certification was hard work and took concerted efforts from our team to get right. We were determined to meet the expectations, and, although we had to evolve along the way the hard work was rewarded.
Finally, we were awarded the coveted B Corp Certification. An achievement many months in the making now requires the ongoing dedication of our team to maintain—and improve—our new ethical standard.
This is a worrying time for all businesses and many are struggling to stay afloat, but there are a few things that you could start looking at to minimise the potential loss of customers and that you are still appealing to your clientele.
Following a lockdown your customer’s priorities may have changed, they might be thinking differently about what they want and what they need. Things around them have also changed so what they now require day to day may be different. For example anyone selling clothes online may want to think about stocking reusable face masks. More people have decided to take up running following the closure of many gyms, this could see a rise in the sale of trainers and at home gym equipment.
Never guilt your customers into spending more money with you, a lot of businesses are suggesting that people should buy local, and although this is a great way for people to support their local businesses, we also have to be wary of guilt tripping people into this and then alienating them. Instead, how about thanking your customers? There are a few ways that are perfect for doing this.
Ensure that your website is as up to date and as easy to use as possible, it doesn’t take much for people to lose interest if things are harder than they need to be. Make sure your checkouts are working, links on your site aren’t broken and access to view products is as simple as it can be.
Keeping your staff happy at times like this will ensure that they then project their positivity onto your customers, staff that are in direct contact with your customers are the face of your business. Make sure to check in with how people are feeling regularly, offering support if they are working from home and even incentives to keep them going.
If you need a hand promoting your business online then drop us a message today!
It has been one of the most bizarre years for the UK and it has certainly had a devastating effect on the retail industry, but how are some shops adapting to the drop in high street sales?
Lots of non essential stores remain closed, and even when they open again there is bound to be a little hesitance from some people, especially after getting used to the convenience of online shopping.
So retailers are having to think outside the box this year and come up with some innovative ideas to get people shopping online whilst making Christmas still feel special. Here are some of our favourite virtual events!
Selfridges are running some fantastic virtual events this year, including a virtual santa meet and greet! Sign me up!
John Lewis have set up a fantastic virtual Christmas Shop where you can view all they have to offer on an online shop floor, you could certainly spend far too long on this!
Harrods are offering a personal shopping online experience, where you can ‘shop the store from home’. A fantastic idea to give people that ‘personal touch.’
Harrods Personal Shopper Experience
Debenhams have opened a virtual Beauty Room, what better way to feel pampered without leaving your home?
And MADE have launched their first ever virtual reality showroom!
Have you come across any great online retail ideas? Let us know!
Most of our team are now working remotely, with the exception of a skeletal staff who are in the office daily to maintain our business critical systems.
We are fully geared up to deal with all enquiries, manage our retainer clients and successfully complete, and start, new site builds. It is business as usual for Verve, with the minor change of a working environment adjustment for some to ensure that we adhere to government guidelines and keep our staff safe.
We know how important it is to keep businesses running in these uncertain times so if there is anything we can do to help you and yours then please do let us know! We’re happy to help!
We will still be operating within our usual hours of work, 9am – 5pm, and if you have any urgent or non urgent matters outside of those times then please email email@example.com and our team members will pick up your query from there.
From the entire team at Verve, we wish you all well and to stay safe in these troubling times.
It has been a busy month here at Verve HQ with two new members of the team joining the company expanding the already talented team of developers, designers and marketeers.
We are pleased to welcome a new Digital Marketing Manager, Holly, and a new PPC expert, Tom.
Holly brings with her a wealth of marketing experience including brand management, social media, PR and design. Holly has worked across a variety of different sectors over the years continuing to increase her knowledge.
Tom has a strong background in PPC advertising and a proven track record of creating successful campaigns for various clients.
Both new additions to the Verve group will be working closely with the rest of the Digital Marketing Team to ensure professional and dedicated account management and creating innovative new campaigns.
Exciting times ahead for Verve!
If you would like a new marketing strategy creating for your business then contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Strong Energy Group have joined Verve’s extended portfolio assigning us the task of building an exciting new website. The team will be working on redesigning the existing company website to provide visitors with a better user experience, user journey and clear calls to action across multiple devices. We will also be merging all the websites from the different businesses within the group which consists of Wood Energy, Wood Energy Experts, Hargassner UK, Watterkotte UK, ChipChip, Strong Energy Recovery and Biodiesel.
As a company with an enviable position of authority within the Low Energy Sector, The Strong Energy Group recognised that they needed a website that could function to meet their needs and the needs of their clients. The Strong Energy Group creates bespoke renewable energy solutions and have a wealth of experience and knowledge that has continued to grow since the formation of the group in 2001. This meant a website refresh was needed to reflect this large group of companies.
The new website will include landing pages and information on key businesses, it will be SEO friendly and migration and redirects from subsidiary businesses will be provided.
This project will be created using the WordPress allowing the Verve team to create a truly bespoke website that clearly represents The Strong Energy Group and will additionally help to boost the visual identity of the company.
The Strong Energy Group chose Verve because we designed the new websites for ChipChip. The company were extremely pleased with the work and finished product leading them to make the decision to pick Verve to redesign the website for the whole group.
So let the work commence! Be sure to look out for the finished product!
We have taken the decision to change our domain name extension from the .EU domain to the .CO.UK domain, mainly due to our customer base being predominantly from the UK but also due to the vote of the British public on the 23rd June 2016. We have used our current .EU domain since our foundation so we are a bit sad to see it go. There are ways around it though, so if you do have one, don’t feel that because we are changing you have to. We felt though, given our business is predominantly in the UK, we will be better served having a .CO.UK domain.
Once we made the decision to change our domain, we started the process of looking for an appropriate name change. We wanted a domain which would be future proof, but also with a nod to our Verve roots. So without further ado.. we are pleased to announce that as of next month our new web domain will be …
We have already started the process of transferring our emails, which have all been tested and are up and running!. The official transfer date for us to go live with the changes is on the 1st of March 2019. You will not need to do anything regarding contacting us as our old email addresses will redirect to our new domain, but if you would like to update your address book you can do so now!
Here are some of our key email contacts below:
Managing Director: Julian Smout: email@example.com
Technical Director: Mark Hambley: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to know more about how websites in the UK with a .EU domain extension will be affected after Brexit, read our latest blog post here
Verve are pleased to welcome Sarai Gil to the team. Sarai joined us as Lead Graphic Designer in September 2017. She has already helped us to design a number of websites in the few months she has been with us and has proven to be a real asset to both us and our clients.
During her career, Sarai has developed a working understanding of HTML, web browser capabilities and user centric experiences. In addition, she brings a wealth of experience in understanding the latest design styles and trends. Sarai has a wealth of experience designing for web in particular, Magento.
Sarai’s expertise lies in strategically balancing usability and design, to create effective websites that have the ability to successfully increase customer conversion. Taking into account your business and all details in your website including the menu, right through to checkout, a UX audit of your site can pinpoint the best ways to improve user journey and maximise your retention and conversion.
If you would like to discuss web design or arrange for a UX audit of your existing website, please contact us.
In preparation for a brand new year, it was only fitting that we brought a fresh feel to our website. We aimed to incorporate a professional feel whilst showcasing a full range of our work within a creative, fully functioning layout.
Alongside the collaboration of modern creative design with the latest functionality, our new site is also fully responsive allowing visitors to explore our services from a desktop computer to a smartphone with no compromise on the user experience.
With the aim of keeping our website fresh and up to date with the latest trends, technologies and advances in User Interface and User Experience, paired with our busiest year to date, the creation of the Verve website has been an ongoing project through 2015. Where office hours would not allow the necessary attention, the Verve team has worked tirelessly in their own time to help reach the goal of launching our new site.