First, meet the team behind Pretty’s redesigned
website. You’ll be hearing more from us on Facebook,
Google+ and if you’re not already following us on
Twitter. Get familiar with our mugs in the above photo and feel free to say hello. Left to right - Kate Payton, Chris Smyth, Liam Dilley, Ellie Mendes, Brett Stockley, Rob Stanley, and Matt O’Malley. This is the team behind the re-launch of Pretty 2013 and today I couldn’t be more excited to see the new site and brand re-launch go live. For the last six months our very own Creative Director & the team has been hard at work pulling together all efforts to see the new brand come to life.
We’ve simplified our services section with a fresh new design that makes it easy to find what you’re looking for. This includes an awesome new dedicated Adobe Business Catalyst section collating all relevant information on what, why and how Business Catalyst can help clients.
We’ve converted our popular portfolio into a snap shot of images randomly showcasing on the website with future case studies being revealed in the upcoming months.
Our people section is a snapshot of just some of the key players in the company and by showcasing the amazing talent to our customers, this allows for greater transparency on the culture of Pretty. Over the last 8 years (scary but true) Pretty has grown to include and service more than 650 inspiring websites, Email marketing & branding campaigns. The new blog is now a pleasure to browse as a grid layout with infinite scroll is introduced.
Our new-look FAQ and customer live chat make it easy to get your questions answered, but when you need to speak to someone, we provide real-time live chat or call facilities. We pride ourselves on providing super fast worldwide support.
There really is too much good stuff going on at Pretty. From the mobile optimized website thanks to our very talented Liam Dilley, a better way to meet the team section, to the best improvements the site in general has to show. Take a look around, let us know if you spot anything broken (it’s sure to happen, so please be gentle).