Digital Project

Mini Travellers

Website audit

We were contacted by Mini Travellers to help them improve their website’s effectiveness and overall user experience.

For this project we conducted a full website audit and provided recommendations on alterations to the structure of the site’s navigation and page layouts as well as for the refinement of the plugins being used in the backend. The client then took these recommendations and applied all those they wanted to, to their site and we think they’ve made a great job!

The site – minitravellers.co.uk – gets 50k+ hits each month so it was particularly important for them to get things right and to make the most of all that traffic.

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