When Hemel Hempstead pay per click (PPC) agency, My Mustard, won Gold in the Small Business Website category of the Hertfordshire Digital Awards last week, Louise Towler, Managing Director of Indigo Tree Digital was there to celebrate with them.
Indigo Tree developed the award-winning website – www.mymustard.co.uk – with its animations on the homepage which add fun and interest to the unique desktop design. The website took about two weeks to code; however the total project time was approximately eight months from conception and initial design discussions to final launch.
Louise Towler commented: “the animations on the homepage were straightforward to code once we agreed the technical approach to take. The twitter feed was a bit more tricky as we needed to adjust the text to fit the speech bubble depending on the length of the tweet.”
Indigo Tree, located in Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire specialise in WordPress, designing, developing and delivering websites that are attractive, informative and profitable, ensuring that they are not only good to look and easy to use but with content that enables users to find your site via the major search engines.
Louise Towler met June Cory, MD of My Mustard, back in 2010 when one of her team helped them with some Analytics training. They started working together in 2014 and currently have around ten joint projects.
June Cory, My Mustard, said: “For the first time in our ten year history we entered industry awards as we think our site is just a bit different. We were thrilled just to make the finals so to win was an incredible moment for My Mustard. A real team effort between my Marketing Manager Jude Hughes, our illustrator Katie Ruby Miller and Louise and her fantastic team at Indigo Tree.
“Louise didn’t just say ‘yes June’ she challenged me throughout the project, using her extensive technical knowledge, considerable experience and commercial savvy to help us create a really special piece of work. Mindful of SEO, cross-platform functionality and the user experience Louise was respectful of the creative warmth and tone and brought to life what I had dreamt of.”
Now in its third year, the awards ceremony took place at Knebworth House on the evening of Thursday 21 September, and rewards innovation and progressive thinking by businesses, individuals, events, charities or educational establishments. The Hertfordshire Digital Awards was founded in 2015 to showcase online work from across the county.
Louise Towler commented, “everything we do is tailormade to suit the unique and individual requirements of each customer and to offer exceptional levels of performance and standards of quality – it was a real pleasure working with My Mustard and their talented illustrator Katie to develop this unique website. We are very proud to be part of this amazing team.”
Published on: September 29, 2017