Integrity partners with UniGroup Logistics to design responsive website
The Integrity team is excited to announce the website redesign launch for UniGroup Logistics.
Integrity, a leading St. Louis Digital Agency, has been a partner with UniGroup for the last two years, and we have helped them update the user experience for the MyMayflower personalized move planning application, created an interactive infographic on relocation data in the US, as well as redesigning the UniGroup Logistics website.
UniGroup is a $1.7 billion transportation and relocation services company with headquarters just outside of St. Louis. UniGroup owns many well-known transportation-based subsidiaries including: United Van Lines, Mayflower Transit, logistics company UniGroup Logistics and international relocation providers UniGroup Relocation and Sterling Relocation.
Here is a common theme we run into at Integrity. We work with amazing clients who are leaders in their industry, but their website has not kept pace with the rest of the company. This was the case with UniGroup Logistics. The site did not match their brand, was not responsive and was not focused on their users.
As the top St. Louis digital agency, we were more than excited to partner with UniGroup to redesign the website based on user goals, the current UniGroup brand and responsive web design standards. Integrity was able to not only create the new designs, but provided a responsive guide for the internal developers to fully implement the user focused design elements.
"We love working with organizations like UniGroup that are not only leaders in their industry but are also leaders in the St. Louis community," says Integrity Partner and Chief Creative Officer Ed Morrissey. "We were excited to complement their amazing internal development team by providing user-driven design expertise that helped make this project successful."
Talk with one of our partners at Integrity if your business is ready to create a world-class user experience for your customers.
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