Service Point goes for Code website upgrade

Print and office supplier Service Point UK is about to unveil its revamped corporate website, designed by Manchester digital communications group Code.

The site, www.servicepointuk. com, aims to go live next month.

Code won the work, worth between £30 000 and £50 000, without a pitch.

It has worked with Service Point UK for over two years and it was Code’s first client.

Code director Tony Foggett says its brief is to convey more clearly Service Point UK’s ‘service’ offering and develop a series of mini-sites connected to the core site.

These mini-sites will represent each of the company’s software packages, which are aimed at providing users with ‘continual updates, tips and quick fixes’, says Foggett.

The revamp is designed to increase site traffic and generate a high level of repeat users, says Code director Wini Tse.

‘We’re adopting a design style that is clean and uncluttered, with the emphasis on usability,’ Tse adds.

Code’s redesign aims to provide more in-depth information on Service Point UK’s core service areas: design, print and reprographics and exhibition services. Many of these are accessible directly from the website.

The consultancy is also introducing a content management system for the site to enable Service Point UK to update news and other sections on a regular basis.

Code also designs print, video, on-screen and on-line material for Service Point UK.

Service Point UK has 60 branches across the UK and 400 branches worldwide.

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