Our new website is LIVE!
So, we’ve recently done the equivalent of painting swatch samples on the living room wall (“Hmm, I quite like the ‘Borrowed Light’, or is it too meh?”…..”Or perhaps ‘Hague Blue’ would be more on trend?”…it’s a minefield!). Only, in our case, we were facing an overhaul of our most public face – the AwardStage website.
Luckily, we had a pretty good idea of what we wanted the new site to deliver; the same clean, easy to navigate design as we’ve always favoured, but brought up to date with some new information, and a lick of proverbial paint.
We hope you’ll agree that we’ve done ourselves proud!
As well as the all-important basics of how AwardStage works, and how it continues to be the platform of choice for our great client base, we’ve added:
- Pricing information; we’re adopting a simple, tiered structure to our pricing, so clients can pick and choose the features that are important to them, and only pay for what they need.
- Handy feature snapshots; you’ll find relevant key points about AwardStage according to user type (awards managers, entrants and judges) on each of the relevant pages – we’ve made it super quick for you to see what the platform offers, and why it works so well. We’ve also added in some extra screenshots, enabling you to see the whole picture, regardless of your user type.
- Who you’re dealing with; we couldn’t get the whole team on the site, but we’ve added some short bios on some of the AwardStage folk you might come across when you’re getting to know us.
- More links; whether you’re wanting to access our privacy statement, or looking for help and support, we’ve made it less of a needle-in-a-haystack.
We’ve kept much of the previous functionality, of course, but we hope you’ll notice they’ve been given a new lease of design life. Our popular blog remains, as does the login button for administrators to access their accounts.
It’s been a while in the making, but we hope you agree that it’s a big step up from our previous site, and serves the AwardStage brand well. As ever, we’d love to hear any feedback you might have – good or bad ?