Minuteman Press Norwich have been trading since 1998, providing years of print industry knowledge whilst always maintaining excellent customer service.
Visualise often use the services on Minuteman Press Norwich when it comes to printing our graphic work. Therefore, we knew the manager, Philip, personally from all our trips to the store. When he said he wanted to update his current website, we thought it was finally time for us to do something for him!
We introduced a number of new features on the new, fully responsive website.
For example, you can now place your order on the Minuteman Press website. We created an online booking form where you can submit your project information and specifications and a representative will contact you as soon as possible. Similarly, we also create online forms where you can request an estimate and send a file.
The whole website design is bespoke. We utilised the brand colours of white, green and orange, and even animated a logo for the header to add more movement and character to the website. On the homepage, we included a scrolling gallery of reviews so potential customers can see their service is always well recommended.
Introducing Our NEW Xerox® Versant® 180 Press
Minuteman Press Norwich recently invested in the very latest Xerox printing machine: the Xerox Versant 180 Press. This machine can print, fold, collate, score and staple using HD finish to produce the very best printing and scanning quality. This means more quality, choices and productivity, but for a cheaper price!
To push the new press to their customers, Visualise created a Xerox Versant page where you can find out more about its functionalities. For example, its amazing versatility: it has innovative inline finishing options, plus a walkup copier, scanner and printer. We also created a Versant Features page, where you can see each feature up close and in detail. For example, its extra-long sheet capacity, advanced fusing technology and auto cleaning technology.
Click here to view the Minuteman Press website for yourself! Let us know what you think on Twitter (@VisualiseWebDes) or Facebook (@Visualiseuk)