We have been working together with Frasers Waste Management on their website design now for a few months. They were looking for a simple (but attractive) site with online ordering capabilities. Just like our milkman, we delivered (boom boom). The site went live this week and its fair to say everyone involved is fair chuffed with it.
The site is used to allow customers to order their waste collection services. Whether that be on a subscription or a one off uplift. We tied the site into their GoCardless system. This allows customers to pay with easy peasy direct debit. Not only does this save customers having to worry about paying for their service, it allows Frasers Waste to manage their lists of customers and receive payments much easier. Its almost automatic.
What we did:
We chose a nice funky pink theme for the site to match their logo colours and some cartoon elements to reflect the friendliness of the business. Here is a few other things we added to the site:
- Responsive site – the website wil change shape and size depending on what device you view it on so that it still looks smashing on your mobile phone.
- Social media links and chat bubble – Facebook is a very popular contact point for their customers so we have tied the website and facebook together for them. You can go on the website and chat to them through facebook without hitting the facebook website!
- Easy laid out ordering system – We laid out the ordering flow nice and simple so it should be super straightforward for their customers to get to what they need.
- Call to action buttons – the purpose of the site is to direct customers to the ordering pages. We have made the ordering page very obvious through the use of buttons on each page.
- FAQ page – common Q&A’s as a reference point for Frasers Waste and their customers
- Google maps showing where to find the business and showing the areas they cover
- Contact forms – super easy ways for any customers to send Frasers Waste a wee message
This was a great project to work on, Fiona and John were very helpful and had some great input to the design process. You can check out the site here: https://fraserswastemanagement.co.uk/