You’ll notice a change at www.takeshape.com.au as we have now switched over to a new fully responsive website.
We’ve tested it in beta mode since mid-2014, adding features, and it is now developed and ready to switch the old desktop to a mobile friendly website.
The old Takeshape website was standard, although hundreds of online customers rated it positively. It has, however become outdated and was poorly suited to the latest devices like tablets, iPhone and smart mobile phones.
We have reviewed all the prototypes and research documents provided by Rohan Wright (Admin Manager at Take Shape Health & Fitness P/L), which he was expecting from the new take shape website, supplementing it with some new and the latest work and went back to the fundamentals.
What was so essential about the redesign?
What Rohan really wanted was a great looking, mobile friendly website, with slideshow script integration, reviews-testimonials-scheduling,widget integration provided by healcode, Sign up for the Newsletter and easy to use html5 templates. He also wanted to be able to make changes himself. So that’s what we have facilitated. We made Rohans vision materialize, wrapping it up in a brand new fresh web design.|
What changes are visible straight away?
If you compare the old landing page with new home page, you will see the difference straight away. We have incorporated the extra life behind all the website’s general features.
The navigation is a lot simpler – you don’t have to scroll down to browse the other pages of the website, not even on mobile devices.
There’s lots more to browse, from the new exploration through to better information for the online visitors.
Rohan and his team already are very pleased with the website and they are getting great feedback’s from their old and new customers. Check out the Facebook review written by Rohan Wright.
For a while we’ll keep functioning to iron out any difficulties with this new website.
There is plenty more for us to do to integrate the website with WordPress CMS, however, Takeshape team would like to get a feel for the HTML5 website with their customers first.