With a fresh look and feel, the new site affords users the opportunity to navigate through Unicorn’s extensive product and service offering with ease. Delivering a fully responsive experience, the new website gives users a seamless transition from desktop to mobile browsing, and intelligently pulls the latest content from the new blog space for users to access quickly and easily.
Departing from the legacy format of three separate blog areas, the new hub sees everything rehoused in one central space with the ability to browse content based on topic or author. Users will also be better able to personalise their subscriptions based on the type of content they wish to receive. Unicorn’s regular whitepapers will be available from the new site.
“We are excited about the launch of our new site, we hope visitors will be able to find information on Unicorn’s learning solutions with ease. We love the new look and feel of the site, especially the new blog where all of our thought provoking content is available in one place. The new site is another piece in the jigsaw of our marketing strategy and aligns our digital platform much more closely to our brand and future offerings,” says Peter Phillips, CEO Unicorn Training.
Abi Pears, Marketing Manager at Unicorn Training, said: “The website has been something of a labour of love, and represents the culmination of an enormous amount of work on part of both the Marketing and Design teams within Unicorn. As we strive to improve every aspect of our on and offline presence, flagship projects such as this not only give us a huge amount of pride, but also demonstrate our commitment to excellence to our customers, partners and friends. I’m extremely excited to share what we’ve got in the pipeline over the next few months”.
Unicorn’s website will be updated with fresh new content on a regular basis, including up to date information about products and services. Visitors are able to explore the new site and sign up to the Unicorn newsletter by visiting www.unicorntraining.com. For more information, please contact email@example.com.