The world of digital has evolved unthinkably since we started Strawberrysoup as a digital agency in 2005. Our digital team keep ahead of the curve by living and breathing digital in their daily lives, as well as attending and speaking at conferences. We’re also regularly contributors to digital industry publications and magazines.
We don’t just jump in. We listen to your business, understand your market and then plan. Digital needs to be integrated into the bigger picture so knowing your marketplace as well as you do is critical.
Brands trust us to be their digital agency and partner. Cutting through the noise, technology and jargon whilst focusing on the main goal is how we do it.
Our website designs are not just about a pretty face, we look at the bigger picture. What role does your website play in achieving your business goals? How we can improve visitors’ experience so that they choose you over your competitors? What do your visitors want to achieve?
We guarantee that the end result will be an attractive, easy to use asset to your business.
Quality is as important to us as it is to you, so everything we build goes through extensive functional, browser and multi-device testing to ensure our projects are of the highest standard.
Our development team can design a bespoke testing scheme as required which can cover unit tests, performance tests, PEN tests and system tests.
We’ve got great experience designing and developing responsive email campaigns for some of the worlds top brands. Our team knows how to create visual hooks, write engaging copy and encourage users to click a call-to-action which is the main aim of the game. We have a suite of up-to-the-minute metrics which backup each campaign we send so we’re always on the ball.
Reporting and measurement
We’ve seen the web evolve beyond recognition since we started in 2005, so we’re pretty good at measuring the success of your digital project (even if we do say so ourselves). We keep all our clients up-to-date with regular progress reports to make sure we are getting it right every step of the way.
If you don’t want to use Google Analytics, we’ve got plenty of experience using other tools like WebTrends or Omniture (now called Adobe Analytics).
User experience (UX)
We use UX to ensure your website strikes the right balance between what your website users want, what your business is looking to achieve and the technology that’s available.
How do we do this? Our proven process of identifying user personas, their scenarios and the journeys that they follow ensures we find that balance. To top if all off, we have a UX lab so we can test our assumptions before your project goes live.
We call ourselves ‘platform agnostic’ which is a fancy way of saying that we’ve got lots of experience on various CMS platforms. Open source or proprietary? We work with both.
We’ll review your requirements, timeframes and budget and recommend the best solution. Your website should be tailored to your exact needs and will fit around your business rather than the other way around.
Our experience includes many of the most popular platforms including WordPress, Drupal, Magento, ExpressionEngine, Umbraco, HP TeamSite and Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).
We design websites with accessibility in mind and can carry out user tests to ensure that all areas are fully accessible to all users. If your site users are likely to be of varying abilities and disabilities, accessibility is particularly important.
The WAI has set out a series of ‘web content accessibility guidelines‘ or WCAG and we can review these with you to ensure we support your users.
We use Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host each and every one of our websites. This means we have complete control and can offer fully bespoke environments which can scale up/down at a click of a button.
Each server is monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by Pingdom ensuring maximum uptime for your site.
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