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Thomsons Foodservice

Website design and development by Creatomatic

 

The Project

Thomsons Foodservice are a wholesaler based locally in Dumfries, supplying frozen, chilled and ambient products, as well as some non-food products, to trade businesses and the general public across Scotland and the North West of England.

Looking to update their website to a more modern design, the site needed to showcase the range of local produce available, as well as communicating Thomsons’ commitment to sustainability.

Our Role

Strong imagery was a key part of the site, so Zoe put together a design that allowed Thomsons to showcase their branding and the quality of their produce. In terms of the colour palette, the client liked darker colours and the slate grey which you can see throughout the site.

The blog is an integral part of the new site, allowing Thomsons to update their customers about new product ranges, job opportunities and events such as their trade show.

The Result

The slate grey used throughout the design combines well with content to create a clean, modern, easy to use website. The site showcases Thomsons brochure, as well as their new butchery, and gives customers the ability to order by directing them to their online store.

With improved usage on mobile, and providing ease of use for customers and site visitors, the new site meets the goals outlined by the client in the brief.

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