kc web design were asked by Fujitsu and the RAF to build a website to promote career pathways to school children for Fujitsu and the RAF as part of the RAF 100 anniversary year. The website links in with live events all around the country where children get the chance to fly RAF planes in a virtual reality game with the website bringing the game online for all to play. The website also has engineering guides for building the best paper planes as well as videos and other content on...[ read more ]
kc web design were asked by Fujitsu and the RAF to build a website to promote career pathways to school children for Fujitsu and the RAF as part of the RAF 100 anniversary year. The website links in with live events all around the country where children get the chance to fly RAF planes in a virtual reality game with the website bringing the game online for all to play. The website also has engineering guides for building the best paper planes as well as videos and other content on jobs and careers at Fujitsu and the RAF.
kc web design and Fujitsu have been working together for a number of years. We originally created the Fujitsu UK tech blog website design back in 2014 and since then it's gone on to become a leading tech blog for UK business leaders. The latest version of the blog website design will be it's third incarnation making sure it stays at the forefront of it's market. With hundreds of authors and thousands of articles covering multiple industries and topics the new blog design took over 6 months from initial ideas...[ read more ]
kc web design and Fujitsu have been working together for a number of years. We originally created the Fujitsu UK tech blog back in 2014 and since then it’s gone on to become a leading tech blog for UK business leaders. The latest version of the blog will be it’s third incarnation making sure it stays at the forefront of it’s market. With hundreds of authors and thousands of articles covering multiple industries and topics the new design took over 6 months from initial ideas to finished site.
kc web design were commissioned by Fujitsu to create a small microsite to work as a stand alone hub, social media archive and lead generation tool for articles and white papers on a specific subject - The Digital Workplace. The site was created to look like the global Fujitsu site but built using a responsive design with custom layouts and lead generation tools. The site was built using Wordpress as the CMS to allow for easy updates of content. Web design goals The global aspects of the site - the...[ read more ]
kc web design were commissioned by Fujitsu to create a small microsite to work as a stand alone hub, social media archive and lead generation tool for articles and white papers on a specific subject – The Digital Workplace. The site was created to look like the global Fujitsu site but built using a responsive design with custom layouts and lead generation tools. The site was built using WordPress as the CMS to allow for easy updates of content.
Novacast is a specialist ferrous and non-ferrous foundry located in Melksham, England that specialise in all types of casting. Working alongside Kudos Marketing we created a custom website design for Novacast that would bring their online presence up-to-date and give them a much better foundation for future features. A new custom website design and Wordpress theme for Novacast was created using modern responsive frameworks. The web design brief The design for the new Novacast website needed to reflect the company brand and colour schemes, work well with continuing offline marketing, bring their online presence...[ read more ]
Novacast is a specialist ferrous and non-ferrous foundry located in Melksham, England that specialise in all types of casting. Working alongside Kudos Marketing we created a custom website design for Novacast that would bring their online presence up-to-date and give them a much better foundation for future features. A new custom website design and WordPress theme for Novacast was created using modern responsive frameworks.
The Fujitsu UK marketing team needed to show a live feed of Tweets projected on to large screens at events and on a large TV screen in the reception areas of their UK offices in London and Manchester. The marketing team had tried out various different Twitter Wall style apps and services but non gave them the freedom and customisation they needed to keep within their strict brand guidelines or that had the features that would allow them to adapt the wall to different usage scenarios.
Back in 2013 kc web design designed and built a website site for Fujitsu UK and Ireland that would allow them to trial run a technical writing blog. Two years later and the blog had been such a huge success that Fujitsu came back to us to completely redesign the blog and make it one of the top technical blogs in the UK. With hundreds of articles by Fujitsu staff and guest writers from all types of different industries the blog has become a go to site for leading businesses in the IT sector. New articles are added weekly and the site has grown over the last few years hence an update was needed.
Bryncoed TV Productions are behind some of the biggest TV shows in recent years. From their roots producing Casualty they have gone on to produce TV shows such as Robin Hood for the BBC and most recently the new Jekyll and Hyde show for ITV. Bryncoed TV, owned and run by Foz Allan, came to kc web design last year for an update on their brand and a new website to showcase their TV productions. We worked closely with Foz to update the brand and create a logo design that could be used across all media types especially TV to be used in TV credits.
Simplisys service desk is a state of the art service desk and help desk management tool designed for all types of businesses. Simplisys service desk started out in life as a product called Citrus – which we helped brand and do web design for – but earlier this year Simplisys restructured their company, redesigned their service desk application and relaunched as Simplisys Service Desk. KC Web Design were involved in the redesign at an early stage and helped Simplisys with the new service desk application as well as talking to them about the new brand direction.
Paramour Grange is a grade 2 listed historic farmhouse holiday home situated near Sandwich in Kent, the garden of England. Staying at Paramour Grange is a uniquely English, idyllic experience. This Tudor farmhouse has a lot of history including residents such as King James the 1st and the Mayor of Canterbury! Paramour Grange also features one of the most unique and rare examples of a Tudor painted room in the UK and has been featured on TV. kc web design created a brand new website for Paramour Grange that has given them more freedom and control.
In 2013 kc web design built a web app for ThermaSolutions that consisted of a series of small apps to help with calculations when working with heating, solar heating and boilers. The suite of ThermaSolution web apps included ThermaCalc, AquaCalc, SolarCalc, CombiCalc and the Test Centre. In 2014 ThermaCalc won HPM App of The Year and this year the ThermaCalc Test Centre was the runner-up in the industries leading HEATING & RENEWABLES AWARDS 2015 Training Initiative app of the year category.
kc web design have been working with Callagenix for many years and have designed and built quite a few versions of their website over the years. The latest iteration of the Callagenix web design focused on the layout and content while giving the overall look and feel a small refresh. Callagenix is a telecommunications company offering advanced telephony services to businesses and so the huge amount of information on the site needed better layout and typography.
kc web design kent, in partnership with Hydrant Ltd, have been working with St Andrews Healthcare – the UK’s leading charity providing specialist NHS mental healthcare – for the last 9 months to create a brand new responsive website. kc web design kent were brought in to provide the website & UI design and front-end coding while Hydrant managed the project along with the Drupal development. The joint project has taken many hours working along side a large group of staff from St Andrews to design and build a flexible website for a very large organisation that would be accessible to all users, no matter what mental health or disability.
Jason Knott is a photographer based in Canterbury, Kent working with top clients such as Coca-Cola and Kellogs on photography projects all over the world.
Jasons photography is outstanding and he needed a new website to showcase his photos as well as making it easy for art directors to get a good feel for his style and what he can offer. Art directors need to be able to make very quick decisions and so the website needed to offer a quick way to see many photos without compromising quality.
In the web design industry side projects are a common sight. They allow web designers to work on something outside of normal paid client web design work and focus on something unique and personally interesting. I’ve had an idea for a weather app buzzing round for a few years now An attempt to create it as a iOS app didn’t work out so I decided to build it as a web app side project. We’ve been working very hard here at kc web design kent on our new weather app – Cirrus One. Cirrus One has a very unique feature for a weather app – you can choose what weather data and icons you want to see and position them where ever you want on the screen. You can also change the icon colours to suite the background which you can also change and blur to really customise your weather.
Over the past few months we've been working with QRBT and Geocel (part of Ronseal) to produce a brand new responsive website design for Geocel to showcase their huge range of building and DIY products. Objective To create a modern, responsive website for Geocell to bring the brand up-to-date and allow users to view all of Geocells products. Goals To allow users to browse and search all Geocells products and allow merchants to login to see merchant specific offers and product information. Solution The website was built using Expression Engine...[ read more ]
At kc web design kent we've been working with Fujitsu UK and Fujitsu Global on a number of exciting projects for a while now. The latest project for Fujitsu UK is a complete redesign of their UK blog. Last year we created a brand new Wordpress blog for Fujitsu UK that was quietly launched and gradually built up over the coming months. After the success of the first 12 months and a massive increase in readership it was time to revamp the website and create a brand new responsive design....[ read more ]
As well as the website design work I do at kc web design kent I also work with a number of other large companies as a website design consultant and project designer. One recent website design project I was involved with was on a series of projects for the CIOB (Chartered Institute of Building). As well as designing banners and other promotional material I was asked to re-design the Carbon Action 2050 website with our partner company - Hydrant. Hydrant were the project leaders, I designed the website and it...[ read more ]
kc web design kent were asked by a leading major travel brand to help create a Facebook App competition for the up-coming launch of the new Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind, Apollo 13) film - RUSH. The Rushracer Facebook app was design by the in-house design team at this leading travel brand and built and coded by kc web design kent. The Facebook app was built using the Facebook app API and features some advanced SVG animations to show the stage of the competition round an F! race track. Users can vote...[ read more ]
kc web design kent are proud to announce the launch of a large web app design project for ThermaSolutions. Back in early 2012 kc web design kent were contacted by ThermaSolutions and asked to produce an iOS app for the building and construction industry. After many months of hard work on the iOS app the project was shelved due to various reasons but kc web design kent worked hard with ThermaSolutions to bring something to market that far exceeded the original project scope. ThermaSolutions continued to evolve over the coming...[ read more ]
kc web design kent were approached by Callagenix back in October 2012 to redesign their current website. Callagenix are a supplier of telecommunication services to businesses and they need to redesign their slightly dated and content heavy website and bring it up to date with a responsive website design. The challenge was to allow the user easy access to the wealth of information on the website but at the same time making it easy for the user to quickly get to information about products and services and allow them to...[ read more ]