|Company / Organisation Type||Agency / Consultancy (Strategy / Management Consultancy)|
|Areas of Expertise||Mobile, Strategy & Operations, User Experience and Usability, Web Design|
|Industry Focus||Charities & Not-for-profit, Financial Services, Government & Public Sector, Retail, Travel & Leisure|
61 Southwark Street
|Number of Staff||16-30|
|Date Established||25th November 2003|
Webcredible is a user experience agency (UX agency) that creates people-centred, efficient and delightful digital experiences.
In a nutshell, they carry out research with your customers and then design websites & digital solutions based around their needs and goals.
Webcredible also supports businesses and individuals with their quest to digital success, having trained 8000+ people across 1000+ organisations.
As an insight-led customer experience agency, they deliver demonstrable success for their clients time and time again:
* 44% conversion improvement and a 168% uplift in leads for Countrywide
* 36% increase in made-to-order online revenues for Laura Ashley
* 50% reduction in mobile homepage drop-offs for Macmillan Cancer Support
* 80% increase in hotel 'look-to-book' conversions for Thomson
Founded in 2003, Webcredible is one of the UK's original specialist user experience agencies. They work across websites, mobile web & apps, applications, intranets, in-store interfaces and more.
Their way of working is completely unique, with collaboration and knowledge sharing built into everything they do.
Asda, BBC, BP, Camden Council, Channel 4, Citibank, Dulux, eBay, EDF Energy, Fidelity, Fly.com, Hitachi Capital, Hotels.com, JD Sports, JustGiving, KPMG, Lakeland, Laura Ashley, Lloyds TSB, Macmillan Cancer Support, Met Police, MoneySupermarket, National Lottery, Ofcom, P&O Cruises, Rolls-Royce, Royal Bank of Scotland, Sony, St John Ambulance, Surrey County Council, T-Mobile, Thetrainline, Thomson, Transport for London, UCAS, Virgin Holidays, World Health Organization, and Zurich
Research featuring Webcredible
- User Experience Buyer's Guide 2011, 21 Feb 2011
Weekly Page Views over the last 12 weeks