Hunter Express is an independently-run taxi service based in the heart of Ipswich in the county of Suffolk. Though it is new, the company was born out of an already established local recruitment agency known as Hunter Skill Recruitment. The business looks forward to providing their local community with excellent customer service thanks to experienced professional cab drivers and well-maintained eco-friendly vehicles, as well as an excellent digital strategy.
Launched in September 2018, Hunter Express needed to create its online presence from scratch. They required a brand-new website, app, and integrated booking system which looked good and worked well. That is where Koncept came in.
We created the new Hunter Express logo in keeping with elements of the parent company, but also to signify the brand’s vision for consistently on-target service. We chose to utilise the signature black, white, and red colouring of the logo throughout the new website design for a clean, contemporary feel. We also designed the graphics for the taxi vehicle liveries.
Additionally, our team at Koncept provided the details, from high-quality moving graphics on the homepage, to well-written SEO blog posts relevant to customers in the region, to fully integrated email services. All of these aspects present Hunter Express as a professional modern company, and an authority in their niche.
It is easy for users to navigate the website and find what they need, including bookings, accounts, information, blog posts, and contact details. The site is secure, optimised for all devices including mobile and tablet, and hosted on our super-fast UK servers. We have ensured that everything works smoothly on both ends, from the moment a customer books a taxi via the app up until the moment the driver receives payment for the ride. We will continue to provide support in the form of our post-launch technical support package to iron out any creases and keep the site up-to-date.
11th October 2018
Digital, Graphic Design, Logo Design, Website Design, Website Hosting