Covid-19 Coronavirus Measures

In light of recent developments with the spread of Covid-19, and taking government advice, Team Creatomatic are now working remotely.

We have set up a new cloud-based phone system to enable us to continue to take calls away from the office. We’re currently operating a temporary phone number at 01461 315008 while we wait for the divert on our usual number to kick in. If you require any website updates then please email [email protected] with your requests and we will get back to you asap.

We are all still available via email throughout the duration; and we’ll be happy to arrange remote meetings via Zoom/Skype/Google Meet as appropriate.

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Temporary phone number: 01461 315008

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Motorcycle Scotland

Bringing 60,000+ new customers to the party

 

The project

Motorcycle Scotland came to us with an ageing website which was ripe for a redesign. They needed a fresh look for the site which incorporated their new branding, provided resources for bikers around the country, and provided a revenue stream via advertising.

With our own biking background (Kit and James M both being keen two-wheelers), Creatomatic were just the team to help out on this one.

Our role

We started out on this project by addressing the fundamental requirements of the brief. The new site had to be data-rich, with a directory of resources for bikers; easy to use and update; mobile-friendly and search engine efficient – quite a tall order.

By working from a user perspective, we set out to plan a content strategy which would make it as easy as possible to use. James H used the WordPress platform as a basic framework, designing and building custom sections for routes (via the Google Map API), regions and ‘listings’ – paid advertising to contribute towards the running of the site.

Once we’d signed off wireframes, we worked to build a beautiful-yet-functional front-end design which would scale for mobile and tablet users – a bit of feedback later, we moved straight on to build the website on the foundations we’d already laid.

Within a week, the site was ready for content integration – the client is now using WordPress to quickly and effectively upload copy for the site which launched in early 2015.

Since launch MotorcycleScotland.com’s audience has grown by 60,000+ unique visitors, whilst their active Facebook Group has rocketed from hundreds to thousands of members.

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