We weren’t off to a brilliant start for our first WordCamp Europe with our flight to Vienna cancelled due to…faulty toilets! Nevertheless, after an unexpected visit to Munich we did […]Read Full Article
Phil founded the company in 2011, before which he spent 4 years as the senior designer at a large online retailer. He enjoys designing and building eCommerce sites with a strong focus on the end user.
Adelaide manages our online marketing campaigns, including social media, email marketing and content strategy. She also handles the majority of ongoing training and support for our clients.
Prior to working at HappyKite, Mike worked for an online retailer – so he has considerable experience with eCommerce. Mike enjoys developing bespoke plug-ins for our clients and the wider community.
Orin brings a wealth of experience and passion for all things front-end. His strengths with modern web development and his focus on the mobile experience have proven to be a great asset to the team.
How we can help you...
We design beautiful websites which focus on the customer’s experience from arriving on the website to purchasing. There is little point in having a fancy website if it does not result in a good return on investment for you – whether that’s increased sales leads or more revenue generated through an eCommerce store. At HappyKite we design with the bottom-line in mind, engaging your customers with clean, modern design and enticing them to buy with a great customer experience.
We can provide a comprehensive branding and design service from logo design through to full-scale eCommerce websites and anything in between. With the changing way in which people are viewing the web and the growth of mobile and tablet browsing it is important to choose a design studio who understand the responsive web, something which we are very strong at.
We work with our clients to design branding and websites which reflect the ethos of their company, appeal to their target audience and most importantly help to increase revenue and grow their business.
From The Blog...
The majority of eCommerce sites will redirect you to the basket after you add a product. It is slowly but surely becoming an industry standard. WooCommerce has a setting to […]Read Full Article