Leeds digital agency Elementary Digital has completed work on a new ecommerce platform for international reading programme Keda Publications.
The site will be used to promote the brand’s English language resources which support reading development in those who have difficulty comprehending language and decoding words, including students with dyslexia.
Gyles Seward, managing director of Elementary Digital, said: “This has been a very rewarding project and has involved getting to the heart of Keda’s target audience. We have incorporated graphics, images and video to make the site as visually appealing as possible without compromising on the depth of information available.
“We hope the new site will support expansion of the company’s work with prisons, schools and adult learners.”
Elementary Digital launched in Leeds in 2012 with recent clients including nationwide storage firm Storebox, celebrity beauty company HD Brows and international motorcycle brand 1Jac.
The agency has also just completed a project for Canary Wharf based training consultancy The Leadership Network which has provided leadership and management training for companies including Shell, Airbus, Toyota and Lego.