The Gables Rest Home

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The Gables Rest Home project, website design and branding

The Client

More About The Gables

The Gables Rest Home is a family run residential home located in Kidderminster. Built using WordPress DIVI the site has integrated application forms linked to Sharsprings free CRM, This allows numerous custom fields for data segmentation. The logo and branding was also created by Angry Apple.

Website Design

For this website we used WordPress, which allowed us to easily customise the content management system. This was important for this specific project as it allowed us to present the site and services in a professional clear way; being able to make adjustments, add services, and automatically optimise inquiries.

Mobile Responsive

We ensured this website was mobile responsive, to account for the fact that mobile traffic is now responsible for over 50% of all website traffic. It was important to guarantee a website that focuses on aesthetics as well as functionality could deliver this across all devices.

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The Gables Rest Home project, website design and branding

Visitor Centre Portal & CRM

We used our CORE platform to create an integrated visiting scheduler connecting families and their relatives in the care home. All bookings are in one easy to use a calendar, giving staff and families a seamless, easy to use online bookings system. The system also has a CRM system for storing email data and an email sending system for newsletters.

The Gables Rest Home project, website design and branding

“There’s something unique about Angry Apple Media that sets them apart from other digital marketing agencies. They are always genuine and personal! Nowadays truly great customer service seems to be sliding, but not with the Angry Apple Team. They clearly love what they do and it comes across in the most positive way.

 

If you want to work with professionals who know digital marketing inside out, contact Angry Apple Media!”

Lindsey Clark

Partner, The Gables Rest Home