What we did
After a successful first website build, 2 years later we were asked to review and build the Red Devil Parachute Freefall Team’s website for a second time in order to keep up to date and secure their place within their market place.
It’s great that our customers realise that websites and trends do change so quickly and in order to keep up to date it’s always a great idea to keep an eye on their competitors’ websites in order to critique and continually review their own. Building a website for the British Army is always a huge honour for us at Blue Bee Solutions and continues to add to the portfolio of graphic design work we do for them.
The initial brief we received from the team was that they were looking for a user-friendly website that would increase engagement and improve customer perception. They also wanted to ensure that you’d easily be able to use the website to arrange and book displays or arrange to jump with them.
The team mentioned they wanted to be able to easily login to the back end of the website and update different displays with images for themselves. We were able to produce them a website which does just that, and after some initial training, the team are confident in updating their website themselves.
With an already great client relationship in place, we were able to build and design the whole website from our Salisbury based office, overlooking the team and their jumps in the warmer months. Due to the strong relationship we already had in place with the team, we felt we knew their target audience extremely well and were able to come up a design which proved to be exactly the style of website the team was looking for.
The result for the Red Devils was a beautifully designed website that kept up with the high standards expected of the British Army, and for Blue Bee, we continue to build on a fantastic working relationship with a household name.
What the client said
“We have been using Blue Bee for websites and graphic design for 4 years now and they have been fantastically helpful. They have updated our website and social media.”
Captain John Bowen