Frogspark re-design Cathedral Quarter website

Bondholder Derby Cathedral Quarter Business Improvement District (BID) 
has partnered with fellow Bondholder web design and digital marketing agency, Frogspark, to  design and develop a fresh website that enhance Cathedral Quarter visitors’ experience in both on and offline capacities. 
Frogspark worked hard to engage users and develop a site with the Cathedral Quarter's partner businesses in mind.  

The new-look website is part of Derby Cathedral Quarter BID's new re-launch of its popular loyalty scheme with additional features making it easier for those who work and visit the area to benefit from special offers at local businesses.

The new website is clean and crisp and provides a perfect platform to find out more about the products and services available within the Cathedral Quarter. With a Google maps integration to provide a personalised experience, and provide access to exclusive offers, the Cathedral Quarter website couldn’t be more accessible for the user.     

Ashley Lewis, Senior BID Project Manager at The Business Improvement District, said:  “From start to finish it has been a pleasure working with the team at Frogspark. Whatever our  requirements, they have proved to be professional and knowledgeable in all aspects of  design and maintenance and have been extremely helpful throughout. We are really pleased  with the new website and hope that both visitors to the area and Cathedral Quarter  businesses will find it a useful resource for many years to come.”

Scott Clarke, Operations Manager at Frogspark Ltd also commented on the project: "Being a Derby based company with strong connections in the CQ area, we were very excited to be tasked with creating a new website that would serve as the perfect platform for businesses to be able to promote their events and offers to the many visitors the area has  every day. We hope the people that visit Derby use this site to easily and conveniently  discover the many fantastic businesses that have so much to offer.".