Photography + Video
Today photography and video can make or break websites, well-chosen content is a simple way to engage customers.
Minuco recognise that great website design should ideally be supported by interesting, relevant photography, in order to showcase your business and website in its best light.
At Minuco we have been benchmarking websites for years! What makes them work, what doesn’t, what keeps clients on your site and what makes them want to come back again and again. It is this combination of great website design, efficient user journeys, relevant functionality and interesting content that makes this happen.
Minuco’s photographers are highly skilled and have the ability to look at your photography requirement and support the design and aesthetics currently in place. Whether you are looking to showcase your staff, photograph products for an commerce site, or create general images for mastheads and content, we have the skills and in house experience to find a solution that works for your business.
With the popularity of YouTube and Vimeo ever growing, online videos have become a popular addition to many good websites.
Whether this is a ‘how to’ video, or a series of information based videos; implemented correctly, video can be a valuable part of your website appeal and marketing strategy.
As an example; some companies are now highlighting individuals as ‘experts in fields’ and using video to communicate regular messages. This strategy not only keeps their users regularly engaged but also helps their SEO footprint.
Like every tool or visual element on your website, it is important that any video supports your brand and is helpful to your cause.
Minuco have the ability to consult, film, edit and produce corporate based video content and help and advise on solutions that support your marketing strategy.
Web Photography + Video London Since 2006
Minuco was founded in Camden Town in 1998 and has been providing professional web design and development ever since, our design studios are now based in Bloomsbury central London between Covent Garden and Holborn.