Are you ‘Mad About Chocolate’? Or do you know someone who is?
Visualise has known Angela who owns Saffire Artisan Chocolates for several years after we met at our local networking group, the Norwich Kitty Networking Group and after Angela had struggled for some time with her original website, she asked for a meeting at the visualise studio to discuss us giving her a proposal.
Saffire Artisan Chocolates took the opportunity of having a new website built to update their brand, and so got another local designer to sort that for them while we worked on the design and development of the new website built.
With the new brand in place we designed the website around this, bringing in a much more professional and polished design with a gold and black colour scheme to compliment the chocolates.
We totally revamped the online shopping cart for the website and with new pictures and description for each product, the website now looks much more uniform and easier to navigate and find the products. We also created some really nice graphics for the front page rotation which highlights the latest upcoming dates for the diary and also promoting the workshops. Each page of the cart will promote the top sellers and related items for further product promotion.
Our design is such that the new website is now much easier to navigate around, so that all the products are clearly positioned and promoted items are pushed in the right places. With the site being fully responsive and mobile friendly, viewers can now buy their chocolates much easier online.
Other new features include a blog page to keep the website active on Google, and the ability for the end user to select individual chocolates for their box of chocolates, meaning that you don’t just get a few chocolate flavours you like in a mixed tray, you get EVERY flavour you like in a box.
A chocolate lovers dream!
Angela and the team at Saffire Artisan Chocolates are over the moon with their new website and we are incredibly proud of it as well, of course. But what do you think? Click here to visit the website. Tell us your thoughts via our Twitter (@VisualiseWebDes).