Seacon UK Logistics

Category: Branding, Web Design, Development, WordPress

Client : Seacon UK

Date: Nov 2018


Seacon

Seacon UK are a specialist logistics and freight forwarding company based in the UK who transport a wide range of goods all over the world for companies of all sizes including several globally recognised brands. Clients include Gym Shark, Shell and Heineken.

The project

We have working with Seacon since they started back in 2002. Over that time their logo, branding, print design and website has been developed, modernised and refined. In 2018 Seacon underwent some major changes so it was decide to give all of their branding a refreshed look along with a new website.

We looked at several ways of adapting their existing logo and improving their brand identity. Once agreed we moved on to designing thier new website.

This version of the site focused on the sectors they work in, rather than just listing their services. During this stage we examined their workflow and the markets they work in and used this data to help with the content structuring and site architecture.

The site was built using WordPress for the framework and a completely bespoke theme was designed and constructed using bootstrap for the base.

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Rob Sumner Designer Nuideas

Rob Sumner : Nuideas.

Clean, innovative, creative design for print and digital

Rob Sumner’s background and formal qualifications are in Graphic Design. The early years of his career were spent gaining invaluable experience working as a Graphic Designer for design companies in the north west.

In the mid 1990’s Rob moved from print to web design. To design websites well, Rob wanted to understand how they were constructed so began learning development skills such as PHP, HTML and CSS.

Since then he has continued to learn and advance his skills through courses and work experience, contracting for a wide range of blue chip companies, SMEs and small business clients all over the UK.