The Mortgage Bubble are a startup mortgage company that needed a strong website and brand identity to launch the business online. We built a custom WordPress website and designed a recognisable brand identity, including a logo design and brand guidelines, to help The Mortgage Bubble kick off with their best foot forward.
Clean and modern website design
The blue bee team created a sleek, modern website that welcomes customers whilst showcasing the Mortgage Bubble’s professionalism. The colour palette uses shades of blue to complement the company’s branding colours, with darker shades to highlight page headers and banners.
The client requested illustrations rather than images to bring personality to the site, which allowed the design team to pull out the brand’s core colours across each page. The ‘meet the team’ headshots are also illustrations of each staff member.
Enhanced user journey
The Mortgage Bubble requested a website that presents them as experts in the field whilst being engaging and easy to digest. The website prioritises the user journey with multiple navigations, clean design and clear calls to action.
The client wanted to make information accessible to those looking for mortgage advice with an easy-to-navigate website.
The bespoke site is also easy for the client to content manage – the website is entirely manageable, from copy and images to pages and menus, without requiring any coding knowledge.
New logo and branding
The design team created a new brand identity for The Mortgage Bubble, including a new logo, brand guidelines and a brand pack. With a cohesive brand identity, The Mortgage Bubble now present a consistent and professional image to customers.
Using the new brand guidelines, blue bee then created both print and digital marketing materials including business cards, email signatures, Google Ads and social media banners to help the client elevate their marketing strategy. The Mortgage Bubble now benefits from a flawless brand identity that is seamlessly applied to all their marketing collateral.
Check out The Mortgage Bubble’s new website here.