Training Wheelz

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Training Wheelz are a professional driving school based in Exeter. They offer driving lessons in Bradninch, Cranbrook, Cullompton, Exeter, Feniton, Honiton, Ottery St. Mary, Taunton, Tiverton, Wellington and the surrounding areas. The driving instructors for Training Wheelz are fully qualified and have a number of years experience teaching people to drive. Training Wheelz also provide instructor training and offer franchise opportunities.

Project Description

Training Wheelz already had an existing website which was a little basic and failed to generate the enquiries, sales or ranking positions the company desired. Given a range of fundamental issues with their website, we worked together from a blank canvas to develop a new website that accurately reflected the professional standards of the company and would rank better in the search engines. We re-developed the website from scratch with an aim to create a website that met modern design trends, provided an informative, easy to navigate website that was both mobile friendly and search engine friendly.

Project Goal

To create a modern, clean, fresh website for the driving school that would reach out and appeal to their target audience and allow adhere to modern website design trends and best practices. The website had to reflect the professional image of the company and allow users to easily find information about the services that Training Wheelz offers.

Client Feedback

Christie (my business partner) and I were introduced to Tristan early in 2017 after we had a website developed by another company. There were aspects of it we were not happy with so we took the decision to commission Tristan to build us a new site. I have to say this was one of the best decisions we have made. Tristan has involved us at every stage of the development and the monthly reports we receive are very informative. Our previous designer might (just) have made League One but Tristan is most definitely in the Premiership! We are so pleased with the final outcome.

Kevin Sellwood