BlackJackal launched it’s most recent client website this week for luxury property developer Antler Homes.
Antler have been building prestigious family homes for over 30 years, and this latest project adds to the ever growing BlackJackal development portfolio.
Further work and enhancements to the website are due to commence shortly, including feeding website enquiries into Antler’s new Customer Relationship Management System to help streamline their marketing activity.
BlackJackal is pleased to announce the launch of it’s latest project, Coach Hire Comparison.
Originally launched in 2010, Coach Hire Comparison allows customers to obtain quotes for their coach and minibus hire requirements, compare the results and select their preferred choice.
BlackJackal have worked with Coach Hire Comparison for the past eight months to redevelop the site from the ground up. A new, slightly altered business model called for fresh system development.
James Stokes, Managing Director of Coach Hire Comparison said:
“Working with BlackJackal over the past eight months to redevelop our site has enabled us to take our business to the next level. We have vastly improved both the customer and operator experience, and we are confident we will see great results for both.”
The relationship between BlackJackal and Coach Hire Comparison is expected to continue due to plans to expand and develop the platform further in the coming months.
Matthew Spriggs, Technical Director at BlackJackal said:
“It’s been a pleasure working with James, and to be involved in the redevelopment and launch of a thriving online platform gives us an immense amount of pride, and we hope to continue the relationship long into the future.”
So if you’re looking for Coach or Minibus Hire, look no further than Coach Hire Comparison.
In recent years, mobile technology has rapidly evolved to now allow ‘smart’ use of these devices, from browsing the web on the go to downloading and using the latest apps to perform a variety of day to day tasks.
In a way, mobile websites have always been seen as important, but until recent years the technology and network infrastructure has been fairly restrictive, meaning that there was only so much we could do.
Nowadays, the gap between desktop and mobile based websites seems to be closing. Many companies opt for a mobile version of their website as well as the regular desktop version of their website. This can be done very easily with the recent release of HTML5 and CSS3. SInce their introduction, the concept of ‘Responsive Design’ has been born, meaning that websites can respond to the device they are being viewed on. This not only makes the website readable, it can also make the website more user friendly.
I’ll post more in the coming months on responsive design, but the article above is just a flavour of the direction that mobile devices are heading.