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A new website for IJYI shows how local organisations can encourage collaboration
Ipswich-based IJYI are delighted to announce the launch of their new website. The website was built and designed by local marketing agency Banbury Howard.
IJYI was formed in 2014 by Chris Pont and John Nicholson who had the joint vision to improve software delivery processes and outcomes for organisations across the UK and beyond. The company and its services have grown rapidly in that time and the team realised that their existing website didn’t tell the full “IJYI story”
“We wanted the website to really convey the IJYI story. Our aim was to show how we differ in our approach to software development. We really believe that software development isn’t just about writing great code. Our team is highly creative and work in collaboration with our clients to deliver innovative software solutions on time and on budget” Chris Pont, Co-Founder and CEO, IJYI.
During a successful project with another local company, Screen Systems, IJYI were introduced to Martlesham-based Banbury Howard. IJYI and Screen Systems were working on an innovative automatic captioning app for social media, (read more here – https://www.ijyi.com/software-development-case-studies/screen-subtitling-systems-sasquatch-saas-captioning-system-case-study/ ) Banbury Howard provided the creative design for the software’s logo. IJYI were impressed with Banbury Howard’s work and decided that they would be a great partner for the website project.
“This is such a great story of local businesses working together for successful outcomes. We’re delighted with our new website and look forward to sharing it with the world” Laura Hood, Marketing Manager, IJYI
The new website combines clean, fresh design with simple navigation. The IJYI brand has been captured through the use of colour from IJYI’s eye-catching logo and the key messages of software delivery, collaboration and creativity have been highlighted.
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