Fifteen are excited to finally talk about our newest launch and partnership with U2A Solutions a local software development company, who specialise in bespoke systems for a range of businesses.
About U2A Solutions
U2A Solutions are a group of highly qualified software developers, who have many years experience of using numerous software and programming languages. They work with a range of companies providing some amazing solutions. U2A have also developed a range of softwares such as Project Systems for Churches, Education E-Learning Software and Task Management Softwares, all of which can be adapted to the needs of the client.
As a software development company, the main task was creating a website that was visually exciting and allows U2A to display a range of information in easy to process chunks, with the main aim to encourage users to get in touch and find out more.
Starting off by wireframing the website in order to show the user-journey throughout the website, we were able to understand how users would get to the end goal of submitting an enquiry form or sending an email, as a growing business this was a key focus for the new website, as well as ensuring that the website worked across all devices.
Trying to encourage users to interact with the website, comes with the use of flipboxes, hovers and click throughs onto further pages, allowing the user to filter through the website to find the most relevant information possible to them, and allowing them to enquire or find out about other softwares and services on offer.
Using relevant images, icons and incorporating the colour-scheme into the website, we were able to create a fully responsive website, that fulfils the needs and objectives of the client, and we have provided them with a base of which they can expand upon in the near future.
Who Worked on the Project?
Sophie Kish – Digital Producer
Taking care of U2A from the project start meeting, Sophie worked with the team at Fifteen to produce the key elements of the website to be used within development. Updating the client at each key stage, and providing honest and timely feedback when needed.
Lucy Goodwin – Designer
Assisting with the wireframing, and providing key elements for the website, Lucy worked alongside Sophie to provide the website with a clear colour-scheme and concept, and user-journey.
Mikey Burton – Web Developer
Working with best web practice and standards in mind, Mikey worked to Sophie’s instructions and used the clients content and Lucy’s wireframes to build the website accordingly.
Adam Richmond – SEO & Content Executive
Adam provided the onsite optimisation for the site, taking into consideration key search terms and what users may be searching for when looking for U2A on google.