26/02/19

Fresh New Website for Kitsons

We’ve launched a new website and we’re excited to introduce you to our new look…

Kitsons Solicitors are excited to announce the launch of their brand new website – www.kitsons-solicitors.co.uk.

Created by Drive Creative Studio with the user experience and people firmly in mind, the result includes an impressive design with bold new imagery and clear navigation with organised content; a website that truly reflects Kitsons’ core values – who we are and where we are going.

When designing the new website one of our key objectives was to help our clients get to know us better in an informative but also inviting and engaging way and understand who we are as a law firm and what services we provide.

The new website boasts an improved menu functionality that directs visitors to the services and information most relevant to them. There’s a live chat function enabling potential clients to get answers to questions without requiring them to pick up the phone and wait on hold and an online payment facility providing clients with the opportunity to make payments conveniently and securely online.

In addition, our popular blog has received a much needed facelift enabling you to access news and insights on developments in the fast-changing legal landscape, backed up by videos on legal issues which may affect you or your business.

Simon Farrow, Digital Director at Drive Creative Studio commented: “We were very pleased to be asked to work with Kitsons on the firm’s new site. From the offset, it was very important to us to get across the friendly, open and approachable nature of Kitsons and its people. We designed the new site from the ground up with the people at its core – each service, article and news story is prominently linked to an individual. I believe that the clean, simple and modern design with the bold new suite of people imagery achieves this perfectly.”

We’re really proud of our new website and hope it will create the experience you’re looking for when you visit us.

26/02/19