Please refer to the question at the end of the case study!
A clean website for a cleaning agency. THC Services London asked for a easy-to-use website that would make booking cleaning services a breeze. The Home page features a slider which leads the visitors of the website directly to the Bookings’ page, or the Prices’ list, or the Contact page. Scrolling down we can find three of the most important values of the agency, followed by three of the most loved services: Regular Cleaning, Office Cleaning and After Party Cleaning.
Offering Londoners a fast, easy and clean website for booking cleaning services.
The accent colour of this website is a shade of green, combined with white backgrounds, and dimmed product pictures (on each service page).
This website has five main pages: the Homepage, About us page, Services’ page, the Bookings’ page and Contact page. This structure helps the users find what they are looking for and makes the website look clean. The Services page shows a preview of all the services which includes the price, duration and a short description.The About us page displays the mission statement, values and key benefits of the agency. The Bookings’ page is actually a form that users have to fill in. The Contact page shows the schedule of the agency and its contact details.
The services of the website are actually implemented as products, so customers can leave reviews directly on the website. It helps the services to gain more credibility and this can be translated into actual customers who are encouraging potential customers (word-of-mouth). Likewise, reviews contain keywords as well as their answers (a website owner should always answer his or her reviews) and this can help the website to show up in more search results (for free).
What do you think about having a review option on a website that sells services? Do you think it will convince more website visitors to become customers?