The new site carries over the colours from the old site, which I used as part of the new corporate identity. Colours aside, everything else was designed, built and written from scratch.
A core element is a database of over 120 UK data centres. This was developed in collaboration with Tim, who input much of the content further to me designing the page framework.
To make the database as easy to use as possible, I made it searchable in a number of ways: as an A-Z list (which can be filtered by region), by search term, and via a map (which can be filtered by radius around a particular location or post code).
As the purpose of the site is to generate leads, clear calls to action were included on each page, prompting people to request a quote or a call-back.
The site also includes a section selling Colo-X’s highly valued data centre marketplace reports, which I redesigned and then typeset in-keeping with the new brand’s new styling.