Sneakers is a small but perfectly formed independent media agency. They provide market-leading strategy, planning and buying that focuses on a client's needs, rather than on what wins awards. It's the kind of expertise you usually get from big agencies and big budgets, but without the fluff. To demonstrate how they stack up, Sneakers needed a responsive, client-focused and editable website that reflected their experience, professionalism and personality.
Responsive website design
User experience (UX)
User interface (UI)
With digital media at the heart of Sneakers’ business, we started with a mobile responsive website that fits any device. Sneakers’ relationship with their clients is key, so we added a secure email contact form too. We also changed their hosting for a more flexible solution. And as their client base grows, the streamlined workflow setup allows changes to the website without disruption to the live site.
No fluff and nonsense
Previously a one-page website, we distilled and restructured Sneakers’ message into multiple topic-focused, succinct pages. For Sneakers this meant having content blocks they could edit in-house to tell their story, detail their expertise and share their glowing client testimonials. We brought their personality to life with a refreshed UI that includes a modern colour palette, new visual icons and buttons, and warm and captivating imagery.
SMTP Service setup
Strapi - headless CMS
Flexible & scalable hosting
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