We worked with Mark and the team to clearly identify their goals for the new site, whilst also looking at the competitor landscape. We then developed a mock-up page and proposed content structure which we reviewed with Mark. Taking on board his feedback, we then set about creating the website, including integrating a shopping cart and event calendar.
Mark Rudge, Wasted Apple’s owner & founder, had initially designed and built the website himself. However, they were receiving very little traffic & they desperately needed a new site to support their ambitions. That’s when they turned to Digiphore for help.
Having invested in their logo and another branding, the team wanted the website to re-use as much of their existing design collateral as possible but also to: spread the story of Wasted Apple, its mission and ethics; enable people to register to become apple donors; allow potential customers to find stockists or purchase products online; and discover events & markets in Cornwall where the team would be providing tastings and selling products
Can’t fault Digiphore. They have propelled our business forward with the website re-design and it didn’t stop there. They are regularly reviewing our website performance and suggesting ways it can be improved. I can confidently say we wouldn’t have survived the impacts of COVID had it not been for Digiphore. Thank you.