Recruitment

Website Design

Recruitment Websites

Attaining potential candidates is so much more than simply offering the right role. Your website must be reliable and intuitive for a seamless user experience. Our recruitment websites are modern and inspiring while utilising a behind-the-scenes candidate management system. Because candidates are always searching, our websites are fully responsive to function across desktops, smartphones, and tablets.

Here is a recent example from our portfolio, get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Calibre Candidates
Calibre Candidates

This well established recruitment company based in the Thames Valley recruits for roles across the UK. They needed a web partner to take their presence on to the next level and reduce the admin time wasted by the team. We looked at their specific requirements and developed an integrated solution to suit their needs.

Key features:
  • Fully mobile responsive tailoring the experience across desktop, tablet and mobile devices
  • Online job application functionality
  • Candidate management facility behind the scenes
  • Full design customisation to suit the brand and relevant sectors

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By Catherine Dove 02 Jun, 2017

Regardless of your industry or business, Father’s Day is a great opportunity to grow your client or customer base, stimulate sales and boost your profits. With Father’s Day fast approaching (Jun 18th), you need to start taking advantage of this great gift-giving holiday with effective and innovative marketing techniques! 

Through creating a great Father’s Day campaign that consistently goes across all of your online marketing platforms, you can be sure to boost exposure and drive conversions for your brand.  Here are our tips to make the most of it.

By Alix Davis 30 May, 2017
When it comes to designing logos, arguably one of the most important aspects is the colour choice. This will change how a consumer feels about any particular brand, and they will subconsciously categorise it based on the colour. To make sure your brand’s logo stands out from the crowd, it's key to use appropriate colours which differ from the competition.

Colour has a very integral link to emotion and we instinctively link certain colours with feelings. For example, in western culture, blue tends to be associated with calmness, professionalism and integrity. This makes it a highly popular choice, especially for more corporate brands who want to exude a feeling of calm authority without being intimidating. Green is seen to promote growth, freshness, nature and health. Green and blue are often used together in the health industry. Many logos for dentists, physiotherapists, health services and also science and environmental companies will use one or a combination of these colours.
By Ellie McDaniel 12 Apr, 2017
We are proud to announce the launch of our new website for Lulu Lush , and we hope you like it as much as we do! 

Lulu Lush is a remodelled ice cream van dishing up cocktails everywhere from intimate parties to festival-scale events as well as offering a party planning service. The brief was simple; create a website that captures the essence of Lulu - a fun loving party girl with a 40's pin-up influence. It was important for us to maintain the strong brand-focused visuals throughout the website and ensure ease of use for visitors.

We are delighted with the website, and would love to hear your thoughts. 
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