Nick from Slice Pizza Cornwall approached me at the start of the year asking if I could build Slice Pizza a new website that was mobile friendly and easy to update and manage. I decided to meet Nick at Constantine, one of the locations the pizza van stops, to understand completely what he wanted the website to look and function.
Shortly after, I started work building the website in WordPress(.org). I took home their menu leaflet, not only to see how their brand works but to also copy the menu across to the new website. I kept in constant commutation with Slice Pizza – even speaking to their graphic designer, Suki Fish, to get her inputs into the website since she’s worked amazing on the brand and illustrations. That isn’t something I wanted to ruin!
I also helped Slice Pizza set up a Mailchimp account to reach more customers in a more direct way than their Facebook or website.
A month later, I sent Slice Pizza the final draft of the website to ensure they’re happy. Their graphic designer, Suki Fish took a look over the website suggesting some design changes and then I took the website off the development domain and made it live on www.slicepizzacornwall.co.uk and submitted it to Google and linked Google Analytics to the website so we’re able to easily track the performance of the website.
It’s been a pleasure building a website for Slice Pizza Cornwall, I’m a massive pizza fan myself and having a wood fired pizza that’s made right in-front of you. Is simply amazing! Cornwall is lucky to have such an amazing mobile business. You can find Slice Pizza at Saint Mawes, Fraddon, Portscatho, Carnon Downs, Mawnan Smith and Constantine in Cornwall.