Fusion Networks are a Mitel telephone systems specialist who who deliver a range of phone systems, complete with installation, support and maintenance.
Fusion Networks wanted to update their old website and logo. The website needed to be more visual but still clean and easy to read, making it easier for customers to find what they're looking for.
- Web Design & Development
- Logo Design
A visual approach was needed through out the website. We chose bright colours that were taken from the logo, making the website pop out and attractive. Icons were also used to make key areas stand out. They are colourful without making it childish and harsh. It gives it a friendly fun look, reflecting the company to be the same.
Each page, for example the about page, are separated into sections to make it visually pleasing and easy for the customer to read and find what they're looking for. The main focus of the website is to promote the products and apps so mock up pictures were used giving a visual understanding for the customers. We also used different coloured buttons to add a nice flow of colours and differentiate each section.
The website is responsive and works across different devices. At the top of the page is an easy sub navigation to quickly flick through each service. One of the key things added were colourful icons, instead of bullet points. This makes it easier for the customer to see what key service is provided and makes them stand out more.
The client wanted to make the logo more modern without changing too much. I took the icon O and added a geometric pattern to make it stand out more. For the text I went for a similar font but gave it more of a bluey grey to make it sharper and complement the blue of the icon.
"After struggling with other IT suppliers Lantec took hold of our Web development and since then we haven’t looked back. They built our website with ease and any changes we have needed to make have not been a problem, and usually dealt with on the same day. Jo and the team made us feel like a valued customer." – Alex Linnen, Fusion Networks