A colourful solution to stand out from the crowd.

Blackpool Wraps & Signs had approached and commissioned us to build a brand new website for their popular vinyl wraps and signage business.

Having over 20 years experience in the industry and originally starting out as a specialist arm of a bus and coach repair and refurbishing company, they were looking for an eye-catching solution that would proudly showcase the services they had to offer.

From a design perspective, the client already had a colourful logo which they wanted to incorporate into the build. We went about sampling the different hues from this graphic and presented them as a palette to work with.

For the homepage of the site, a large rotating banner was used to display some of their recent work and an embedded video below this presented the user with a catchy, well-presented overview of the services they had to offer.

The implementation of a testimonials slider allowed success stories to be shared with other customers and a featured section below this listed the material companies sourced in various projects.

A dedicated portfolio page with a masonry gallery was built to display a collection of images that highlighted all their customer work. More images could be viewed via a dedicated link to their social page on Facebook.

A contact form was also included to allow users to upload their own designs for the company to use as part of any requests.

The end result was a collection of pages that visually popped out on the screen and looked fantastic on mobile devices.

The Features.

Responsive

The website has been designed and developed with mobile devices in mind and displays on a variety of phones, tablets and small laptops.

Google Maps Integration

An embedded maps element was added onto the contact page to allow users to find the business and to get directions from their location.

Enhanced Contact Form

In addition to the standard contact form fields, users can upload their own artwork and design files and submit them as a request to the business.

Portfolio Gallery

A masonry style gallery page was setup to allow a collection of project images to be shared with users. These could be enlarged and scrolled through on different devices.

Social Media Integration

Social Media icons have been included at the bottom of each page to link to the various platforms the business uses. On the portfolio gallery page, there is an option to head directly to Facebook and view more images and posts.

Embedded Video

An embedded video was placed onto the homepage that presented users with an overview of the company services and how they operated.

The Facts.

6
Pages Of Services
100
Images Displayed
178
Lines Of CSS Code

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