Work Life Shift Blog

The concept of the workplace has changed. FUJITSU Work Life Shift helps organisations create digital workplaces for their employees wherever they choose to be, whether that’s at home, in an office or on the move.

kc web design are currently creating a new blog for FUJITSU Work Life Shift. As this is an ongoing project we’ll add more information as the project goes live later this year.

GlobeRanger website

As a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu, GlobeRanger is a world-leader in IoT technology. kc web design was commissioned by Fujitsu and GlobeRanger to design and build a new independent website for GlobeRanger to showcase their IoT solutions and services.

IT365 website design

IT Support 365 is an IT Managed Services Provider with a focus on providing IT support to small and medium-sized businesses in the South of England and throughout the UK.

Working with the brilliant Kudos Marketing, we created a brand new design for the IT365 website.

Fujitsu & RAF 100 – Inspiring young people

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.

Inspiring young people

The target audience of the website was 12 – 16 year olds. Research was carried out to enable us to create a design and feel that would engage with children and make the website content more interesting. Videos and interactive elements such as the virtual flying game and paper plane building were used to generate interest and keep the audience engaged so the user flow through the site ended with the right call-to-actions. The design and style of the site was very different to other Fujitsu sites, much less corporate and much more fun!

A successful RAF 100

The Fujitsu/RAF 100 website has had a brilliant year with hundreds of thousands of visits at it’s peak during the RAF 100 anniversary. kc web design worked hard to design and build a unique experience that would engage with a very specific user type for a short period of time and it’s been a huge success. Fujitsu and the RAF have some of the best career pathways for young people in the UK so please visit the site.

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UK & Ireland tech blog website design

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 to finished site.

Goals for the new blog design

For this iteration of the site we wanted to create a more magazine like feel as well as bringing the design inline with ongoing changes to the main Fujitsu UK and Global websites. A massive overhaul of the main Fujitsu website is ongoing and we needed to make sure the blog was brought inline with those changes. More emphasis was given to key articles from all of the industries and topics on the home page. Larger header images, improved typography and readability, better accessibility and a more optimised mobile experience have all improved the general feel of the site.

Key changes on the Fujitsu blog website design

The main core of the site has essentially stayed the same but with some WordPress tweaks under the hood to improve performance. The design was completely changed and brand new code developed, gone are the old rounded corners and old style contained layouts replaced with a new modern look and feel to compliment the changes happening at Fujitsu. More use was made of larger screen sizes as well as a better small screen experience.

View Fujitsu UK blog »