Workie Ticket build, manage and deliver research studies monthly whilst running mini-workshops with users.
The client approached us with the challenge of creating a website that would reflect their unique, modern and disruptive brand. The website needed to be user-friendly, visually appealing, and easily navigable to encourage visitors to sign up for their plans. Additionally, the website needed to be optimised for search engines and provide a seamless experience across all devices.
Our team started by conducting a thorough analysis of the client's requirements and goals for the website. We then created a comprehensive plan that included website architecture, design, content, and development. The website was designed to be mobile-responsive, ensuring that it would provide a seamless experience across all devices. We used clear and concise copywriting and utilised high-quality visuals to highlight the benefits of working with Workie Ticket. We also included a user-friendly navigation menu to make it easy for visitors to find the information they need.
To optimise the website for search engines, we implemented best practices for on-page optimisation, including optimising page titles, meta descriptions, and headings. We also optimised the website's images and implemented schema markup to help search engines understand the website's content better.
Finally, we integrated the website with Webflow's CMS, making it easy for the client to update and manage the website's content. We also implemented third-party integrations with Google Analytics and social media platforms to help the client track website traffic and engagement.
The Workie Ticket website was launched successfully, and the client was pleased with the final result. The website was optimised for search engines, resulting in increased organic traffic and improved search engine rankings.
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